Get These Bones Out of My Closet: A Brand New Day with a Brand New Me
by Cynthia Bell
What can you see? What can you touch? What can you hear? What can you smell? What can you taste? I have a phrase that I often used and it's called P ... Show synopsis What can you see? What can you touch? What can you hear? What can you smell? What can you taste? I have a phrase that I often used and it's called P.H.F.; let me break it down for you Prayer, hope and faith. I believe without prayer, hope and faith there is no way to please God or yourself. Growing up I never felt that I was loved by my biological father. There were times when I did not know who I belonged to. Yes I had a stepfather, but it's the idea of knowing that you have a father somewhere who acts like he does not care. Well that was my feeling. Often there were times I needed him to just say I know you exist but I have some personal problems right now or simply say, you know Diane I love you but I can't be with you right now or something. Not to mention to have your other siblings say "that's why you have a different daddy or family members say "your daddy is a good for nothing person and don't do anything for you or your daddy doesn't want you." As a young girl that stayed with me many, many years to come. So all you fathers out there spend quality time with your daughter or children as a whole. Even if the quantity time is not there put in the quality time for goodness sake. Children never asked to come here. You, our mothers and fathers decided to bring us here and the least you can do is spend time with us. I know some of you are saying, why is this woman tripping because her biological father did not spend time with her and tell her that he loved her. Good question and I'm glad you mentioned it. Why? Because you see I did not choose to come here and I did not choose who my daddy was. The right thing to do, is when you take someone somewhere or bring a person to a place, you should welcome them and show them that you care for them. But to overcome these obstacles it was the promise that God made that he will never leave or foresake us.