One thing I find interesting about this cover to the program for my high school graduation is the picture of the Bible. I wonder how many public schools today would dare to put this on the cover? It says something about what was still looked at as being important in 1976. It was the year of our Bicentennial Celebration; the 200th birthday of our nation.
Our class song was “We’ve Only Just Begun” by the Carpenters.
Before the rising sun we fly
So many roads to choose
We start out walking
And learn to run
And yes! We’ve just begun
Now, 37 years later, there are still so many roads to choose. I may not be running, but I’m still going on.
Sharin’ horizons that are new to us
Watchin’ the signs along the way
Talkin’ it over just the two of us
Workin’ together day to day, together
This verse can still be sung by my husband and I (well, HE can sing, I try). We have signs and changes on the horizon now. A pretty possible move is in our future. We still talk over everything. And work together. Yes, he folds towels and vacuums very well.
And when the evening comes we smile
So much of life ahead
We’ll find a place where there’s room to grow
We are not guaranteed “so much of life ahead”, but I am living as if there is. I have plans for my grandkids, things I want to do, places I want to go. But, I understand it is all in God’s hands.