If I owned a pair of these Phillip Treacy masterpieces I would have them as a center piece on a coffee table… The would be on top of a big chunky yellow book.


Just another Monday morning.

Time to get the laundry done.

Separating colors… Separating textures…

All this to prevent a don’t.


Johnny took the elevator,

Up to the eleventh floor.

With his bag of laundry, coins on the left pocket…

Ready to get house chores done.


But once the elevator opened.

He walked out to a rainy day.

Bad day for all construction workers,

That’s why they’d left, and had to wait.


One step is all it took for Jonny,

To step on concrete that was wet.

His camel shoes covered,

In sticky messy concrete,

And obviously he was upset.


But things that seem to feel unpleasant,

Always come with something to learn.

Johnny learned a life-long lesson,

About the things that seem to harm.



Once concrete dries on any surface,

There’s nothing that can get it off.

So if you choose to leave the concrete,

It’s sure that it will ruin your walk.


“If one day you step on wet concrete,

Don’t let that take your joy away

For God has given you the power,

To wipe off all your mess away…







-Oro Continua


Perhaps we can?

“One wonderful thing about children’s books , is that, even though all the pages at first make it seem as if the character “can’t do something”, the reader knows that when they get to the end of the book, that the character will eventually be able to do whatever they thought they couldn’t”

-Oro Continua.