The Walk

My dad, Kent Bolsta, and me

My dad, Kent Bolsta, and me

“The Walk” by Sawyer Brown never fails to move me, especially given that my dad took his own walk into a nursing home, where he eventually succumbed to Alzheimer’s disease. No matter how much we cherish every day with our loved ones, the cycle of life is relentless.

May all the walks you take in life lead you to where you’re supposed to go. And may you enjoy every step of the journey along the way.

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6 Responses to “The Walk”

  1. Suza Says:

    Great song, great photo of you, and ain’t this the truth: “No matter how much we cherish every day with our loved ones, the cycle of life is relentless.”

  2. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Indeed it is, Suza. I was just talking to a friend minutes ago about how impossible it was that my daughter is now thirty-two. How can that be?!?!?!

  3. Suza Says:

    Almost as weird as suddenly being sixty-two!

    PS My daughter is almost same age as yours but she and her hubby always seem like kids to me!

  4. Phil Bolsta Says:

    I can relate, Suza, I can relate.

  5. Galen Pearl Says:

    Just spent a few minutes browsing around your blog. Very interesting. I look forward to reading more! Found it on the motivation, inspiration…site. Very nice.

  6. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving a message, Galen. A warm welcome to you!

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