The grinch if I can’t bring my dog I’m not going shirt, crew neck sweatshirt
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Indeed I have roots n I’ve been roots for sum n I’ve been leaves n branches fr others n so hav they bt the moral of the story fr me is to hold on to the roots The grinch if I can’t bring my dog I’m not going no matter what n humbly let go of the leaves n branches without resentments wth gratitude, thank u Jay fr the beautiful wisdom.
The grinch if I can’t bring my dog I’m not going item
Doesn’t it have sap or whatever that is like your blood? The root feeds the tree but there is also something produces. Well it gets on your car and windows. But it is a beautiful analogy. We are there for others not necessarily to get back. Would it be nice yes but should not be reason for doing. Don’t think your roots can only be family members! The grinch if I can’t bring my dog I’m not going Mine all kicked me to the curb along time ago. Roots are the true believers who know and see the good in you and spend time being positive in your life and others
scratch that last comment out. I may feel like a little rippled up leaf but If I keep on the positive change I’ll be the root.Even better the back bone of that root that holds my family together. In my life, i contacted to all of them evil, tricked leaves; helpful branches( weak, but always make them be strong to cover me); hopeful roots( origin of real happiness to share emotions)!
Perhaps I’d rather it’d remind us that we could survive without branches and leaves but not without roots. And to establish roots takes effort – an openness and vulnerability to be seen and loved despite it all Every tree must fall with all leaves and every branch but will your tree provide enough oxygen for this worlds fire It is so interesting that I am just really learning this at my age.
I have always been a root. In the past, I have felt slighted when others were not that for me. Interesting how we always give to others what we are most in need of ourselves.