OK, first think back to the time in your life when you were around 10-18 years old (yeah, some of you are still there, I know). If you're like me, you had someone in school, church, family or some association that you looked up to a lot. I had a couple of those, some treated me like an equal and some would have nothing to do with me. My problem is this, I have been made aware in the past couple of months that a young lady in our church(she's 15 going on 10) looks up to me in this manner. I really don't know what to do, I don't want to ignore her, but I had a hard time relating to children when I was a child, like Sam, I was an old soul in a young body. Any advice out there for me on things I can do for/with her, to be a good role model for her? I'm used to being "in the spotlight" as I am our church pianist and have been since I was nine, but this is on a more personal level than I am used to ! If anyone has any ideas for me, let me know, I'll definitely take them to heart. And Sam, if you read this, let me know your thoughts on it too. Thanks in advance everyone, I've got faith that you won't let me down !
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1/9/04 at 7:30am