Learning from Sesame Street


Do you remember this song?  "Bob" sang it with the muppets on Sesame Street back in the 70's...we children of that era will remember the tune...

(but just in case...here's a sample)



Oh, who are the people in your neighborhood?

In your neighborhood?

In your neighborhood?
Say, who are the people in your neighborhood?
The people that you meet each day

Well, they're the people that you meet
When you're walking down the street

They're the people that you meet each day

These are people in MY neighborhood...only I never knew it until I met up with them at our family
session! I suppose it's understandable living out here in the boonies where people get to the
neighbors via Gators or riding along the street in golf carts...but nonethless, I was super excited to
meet another family that lived close!

They have a quiet assurance about them...perhaps it was the evidence of children well-loved and
secure in their relationships that I was seeing so clearly during our time together...I'm not sure how
else to explain it.  Their relationships were genuine and it was a beautiful thing to see...You could tell
that time has been invested into their lives...big brother was not only obedient and respectful, but
playful, protective and kind of his little sis...Mom and Dad were clearly smitten with not only each
other, but both their kiddos as well!

It was a time spent smiling and carefree...I hope you'll enjoy it as I did...
















It was so much fun meeting you!!!  I'll see you out on the Gators soon this fall, I'm sure! ~Colleen

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