Javier Granda


Past, Present, Future


Past
Our past has had all the elements that have caused us to pass the test of time.

Present
Life is good! We may have our challenges and we have obstacles to overcome, but all in all we have a great life, the blessing of
wonderful children and the opportunity to grow older, happier, and in love together.

Future
Our future is bright because we have the ability to set our destiny, achieve our goals, and together move forward into that future with confidence and the reassurance that together we can make it the best we can.
Our children are our future and the elements that will be presented to us through them is what we have to live for.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, February 26, 2014

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