10 thoughts on “Lasting Imprint

  1. That is a wise thought Dwight. The first step has to be taken. Or taken in. I was eleven years old when Armstrong left his imprint on the moon. I remember that very vividly. With my family I stayed at a campsite in the south of my country. They had a tv in the canteen and a jukebox. We played The Big Bamboo over and over again. I had no awareness of the naughty connotations of the song back then. Armstrong and the Merrymen, not much of a combination. But then – why not? It did leave an imprint. Maybe not one of the highest order, but I guess most lives are filled with (and perhaps build on) memories like this. 🙂

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