Children’s Rhyme: Look Where You’re Going

Life is forward
Scene upon scene
Look where you’re going
not where you’ve been

This is a new day
The chance to change
can start today

Do not get caught
in between
Look where youre going
not where you’ve been

If you steal away
You create the path
find your way

Fields are open
The grass is green
Look where you’re going
not where you’ve been

Take time to stay
Even grown ups
Need time to play

Do what you want
say what you mean
Look where you’re going
not where you’ve been

Come what may,
Find the answers
In what you say

Never forget
The things you’ve seen
Look where you’re going
not where you’ve been


Weekly Theme:

New Year


31 thoughts on “Children’s Rhyme: Look Where You’re Going

      1. Like when there’s no pen and paper and a bunch of strangers are staring at you, waiting to see which child you throw into traffic first ๐Ÿคฃ

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    1. You are the only one you says that ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ’š a deep hearted thanks to you for it.
      I filled the rhyme book so Sundays have become a play day for me.
      I have another children’s rhyme next Sunday but not another for at least 4 weeks.

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  1. Youโ€™re welcome, Iโ€™ll be looking forward to it. Thatโ€™s fine as long as they donโ€™t disappear totally, what would the children have to read. ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ’™

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    1. I don’t think they will ever stop ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ’š but since the purpose of them is completed the ideas don’t come as often.
      I think they are all set for a while. I’ll have to start writing young adult in the coming years ๐Ÿ˜‚ not looking firwatd to that.

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    1. Thank you. Not as poetic when I scream it in public.
      The directional issue I have with the kids is facing the table. Don’t know if it will ever be solved.

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      1. My twins turned 13 today – and I have had to say “face the direction you’re moving!” AND “that is not finger food!” AND “sit up at the table!” to them today. One of them, anyway.

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      2. Congratulations! You’re all still alive!
        There is hope ๐Ÿ˜‚ nice birthday?
        My twins turned 3 just before Christmas. I don’t want to believe I have another ten years of this nonsense.

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  2. Well, you’re doing better than me if it’s ONLY another 10 years… If you haven’t discovered it yet, the best way to get a pea out of a nostril is to suck it out with a drinking straw. We still had at least one pea-up-nose incident post age 3, and we were not going back to the doctor with that again. Not after she said “he’s quiteโ€ฆ old… for this now”. Oh, and don’t grab them by the legs and try to pull them out if they get their head stuck under a wardrobe. I should write a parenting book… “parenting OF dummies”.

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    1. Our horror incident was a hair clip in the throat and a jawbreaker stuck in a mouth. My kids have steered clear of the nostrils, thankfully.
      Hilarious that a doctor would say that about a child. Each v hold is unique. Having 3, I learned that quickly.
      What happened with the wardrobe?
      All I can imagine is a slapstick decapitation.

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    1. Thanks Genie.
      This was an easy write; just flowed start to finish.
      I wish I had taken this picture, its quite the scene. I found it on canva. I get most my images there.

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