Running Away is Hard Work

Running Away is Hard Work

Running Away is Hard Work

29 thoughts on “Running Away is Hard Work

  1. Running away is definitely hard! I remember that I was running away when I was a child: I was very angry and took my bike for a ride, with the intention to run away for good. I guess I must have made it about a kilometer or two when I turned around and went back home. The ride wasn’t long, but just long enough for a small child to get on better thoughts. 🙂

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