I don't know where my path will lead, but I know I have one. We all do. And for you and me they have taken us through deep dark places. But we are still on the path. And that path is a gift..even though we cannot see past the horizon, we have learned to find a strong walking stick in others who help us along the way. Every day we put one foot in front of the other. And with every step we become stronger because of those friends who become our walking sticks. I am profoundly thankful for the power and strength of my walking stick. Although the horizon is indeed unknown territory, I walk my walk one step at a time. Fear thrives in what is unknown, but it is what we do know and have learned along the way that gives us strength and the ability to keep moving forward. And placing one step in front of the other turns our fears into hope, and it is in that hope we find the ability to celebrate the journey.