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Let me tell you All fathers are unique, but they also tend to fit into ! Lucky for you, we here at Rock Springs Church have put together a comprehensive catalog to make this day just a little easier! This Dad is always working on a new project. Recommended Gift: A punching bag and boxing gloves. This dad thinks he defies all expectations. However, he is exactly what you would expect. He may not say anything to you directly, but man, if looks could kill. This is the kind of dad that all d believe they are. Roof leaking? Recommended gift: Tinker toys, Legos, or Lincoln Logs.
You already know. Every dad has a little bit of this dad inside of them, just waiting to come out. Some d, however, take it to the next level. Big, burly, beard… Best. Recommended gift: A flannel? A cozy, weighted blanket? Honestly, this dad probably just wants your time and a hug. He wants to meet all your friends. You want him to meet all your friends.
Wait, where did he go? D really do come in all shapes and sizes. Maybe your dad fits into more than one category! Regardless of which dad you have, make sure to honor them in a special way this year!
My most adventurous friend and I decided we needed a little time in the great outdoors so we picked a place, set our Google Maps and off we went. We chose what we believed to be a moderate hike up Yonah Mountain, about an hour north of Atlanta. We were excited to stretch our legs, breathe in the fresh, cold air, and enjoy the beautiful scenery. We started our watches to count elevation gain and heart rate and bounded up the start of the trail. We were unstoppable - bounding over fallen trees and jumping over treacherous rocks.
Nothing could slow us down! It felt like we had gone 10 miles up until we looked at our watches. And by this point, our energy was starting to wane. As we continued on, the water breaks became more frequent, the breathing became heavier, and my trusty hiking boots began to betray me by starting to rub large blisters on both my heels. As we reached the final leg of the initial climb, we started skating read: slipping on sheets of ice from the day's snowfall. It seemed like the mountain kept moving the crest like Lucy and the football.
Finally, we saw sunlight peeking out through the bare trees and after a few more steps, made it to the top of the mountain.
I would say it was a breathtaking scene but I would be lying. It had taken us so long to get up the mountain because of my frequent stops and the icy path that the view was basically a filmy picture made even hazier by the winter sun. Nevertheless, my friend and I were elated to reach the top at last.
We rested for about 10 minutes and then began our descent. Back down the icy path, avoiding muddy puddles, and at times, jogging to beat the sunset.
After a quick trip back down the mountain we reached her car. We drove to the nearest town and ate every carb we could put into our tired bodies, sat in our fullness, and breathed a sigh of relief and satisfaction. As we were driving back home, I was thinking how thankful I was to have someone who was faster to keep me moving forward.
To have someone who was strong while I was struggling. My friend was the one thing that stood between me and getting caught on an unfamiliar trail in the dark. And yet, God takes those things and turns them into power to take one more step and get up the mountain. June 17, in Featured.
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