Six is the smallest perfect number

Six is the second smallest composite number, its proper divisors being 1, 2 and 3.

Since six equals the sum of these proper divisors ~

Six is the smallest perfect number

Six years ago today I gave birth to a beautiful little girl and we named her

Larkin Murphy Armstrong

Larkin was my grandfathers first name and Murphy was his last

His nickname was Paddy and all of my life I heard about him from my grandmother Violet until she passed

I am filled with emotion about this day and the swing goes high to low and back to the high

I want to bottle time.  Stop it now with her sweet little face never changing

I want to see where her life is 20 years from now

I want it all

I want her safe and loved when I am gone

I want this little girl to always have her hair washed with the shampoo and conditioner that makes it shine and smell so sweet each night of her life

I want this little girl to hear the songs she loves each night of her life

I want it all

Watching the years go by so fast

From there October 4 2005 to here in 2011 the smallest perfect number ~ 6 ~ has pulled me alongside dragging me at times pushing me to know what perfection truly means loving unconditionally and giving me faith hope love and the capacity to grow as a human being

Robert Frost said it best in

“The Road Not Taken”

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

I want to give back to 6, the smallest perfect number, all that she has given me

Happy birthday to my beautiful amazing little Larkin

Thank you for

Teaching me how to live a life of purpose

Leading me down the road not taken

What being a mother & caregiver truly is

And the fragility of it all

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