Greg Oosterhouse

Rookie (02-20-1976 / Grand Rapids, MI)

Thank You Lord


Thank you, Lord, for sending my mom and dad, to adopt my brother, then me, it was so rad.
Thank you, Lord, for sending me to such a loving family. I am surrounded by so much love, it means so much to me.
Thank you, Lord, for providing a good living. All of my family's needs were met, there was no need for misgiving.
Thank you, Lord, for every passing day. Both good and bad are appropriate occasions to praise you, I'd say.
Thank you, Lord, for friends I hold dear, they mean a great deal to me, I hope they will always be near.
Thank you, Lord, for my PDD-NOS, it gives me an advantage in writing, the work that I turn out sure does impress.
Thank you, Lord, for music that sends my soul soaring. With strings flowing and trumpets resounding, it sure is not boring.
Thank you, Lord, for...

Submitted: Tuesday, October 24, 2006
Edited: Friday, October 29, 2010
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