This song was used as the music for Psalm 80. We went to see Ethan when Ben and Sarah lived in Calgary, and they arranged for us to go to a dinosaur museum with Ethan. The photo to the left shows two image sizes of Ethan in front of a Triceratops dinosaur replica. He was a lot bigger here than when I wrote this song. He was 1 when I wrote the song. Fun to hold, until he wiggled like jello in a mold. Matt and I were on a High Adventure in Colorado when Ethan’s birthday happened. We went to Dallas for a meeting with Magnum Resources the next week, and went to see Ethan at Ben and Sarah’s new house. Ethan was walking, starting to talk, and he really jumped when a balloon popped while eating dinner at Applebee’s. Then breakfast included pancakes and scrambled eggs, cleaned up by his dogs. He walked like a cowboy with bowed legs from riding horses so long, and he liked to mute my guitar. Good visit. One I can relive again and again, as I sing the song.
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