When I was a child, my parents used to take me to the crane for a walk.
They would drive it over rocks and trees and climb over them.
I would look at the crane’s legs and marvel at the ingenuity that was used to create these marvels.
My parents would say, “You can do it.”
And then they would ask me questions like, “Why is this crane not using its legs?”
I would answer, “Well, it’s got no legs.”
I remember the crane with its legs hanging out, as if it were a little girl.
And then my father would ask, “What’s your name?” and I would say “Baba,” which meant, “blessed.”
And he would say: “Babak.”
And that’s how I learned to speak, and I learned English.
My father’s name was Babak.
He came to America and I was his first child.
My mother, who was a nurse, was a Christian, so we were always praying to God.
I’m a Buddhist, and my father, who’s a Muslim, had a different faith.
So they had a very different approach to religion.
When I asked him about the crane, he said, “It’s a little thing that has legs, but it’s not using legs.”
So we used to go over there to do our chores and lift the crane and then we would do some shopping and have lunch.
It was a time when I was able to go to a shopping mall, but I couldn’t go to the mall.
So I used to sit in the shade of the tree that the crane used to climb up and go up.
It wasn’t a big deal.
We would use the crane to go up and down the trees.
The crane’s name is called the Travelling Crane.
And it’s the world crane.
And when I started climbing the crane I realized, it was a really strange thing.
And there’s another story about the Traveller crane, too.
There’s another crane, the Crane of the Sky, that I’m sure my parents would have been proud of, but that wasn’t called the Traveler Crane because it was not a crane that was in the sky.
So it was more like the Crane on a mountain.
It’s a very tall crane, and it’s been around for many years.
It has a little tower on its top.
And I can see from my house across the street that it has a big window.
And every day I would go up there and look out the window.
And my father said, you can see that it’s beautiful.
I could look at it for days.
It looked like a picture of a beautiful day.
And this was the crane that my father and I used for my walk home from school every day.
My friends would be on the other side of the street, but they didn’t know that it was the Traveering Crane.
They used to look at me as if I was crazy for doing that.
It didn’t seem like it was my job.
It seemed like it came naturally to me.
And now, with all of this travel, I have the ability to look down the crane.
I can look up at it and know that I am safe from the crane because it is a tourist crane.
But the crane has been around forever, and the Traveler crane is the only one in the world that is not using it.
It is not a tourist crane, and yet the crane is being used by tourists.
That’s why the crane travels so much.
I have to tell you, this crane, this Travelling crane, it is very beautiful.
And people are coming here from all over the world to take a look at this crane.
So the people are very happy.
And the tourism industry is very happy too.
And that is why I think it’s a great thing for the tourism community, because people are happy.
It makes people feel safe and secure.
This crane is so beautiful, because it has legs.
And so I think this crane has a special place in the tourism world, and that is because it can help people see what is really there in the skies.
So when I climb this crane and see the sky, I see that the skies are beautiful.
The skies are full of beautiful stars, and beautiful stars are beautiful because they are part of the fabric of the cosmos.
But there are also many stars that are not part of this fabric.
There are many stars in the universe that are invisible.
There is the Big Dipper in the night sky, and there are the stars in our galaxy that are visible, but we don’t have any idea where they come from.
But they are still stars.
And they are in the constellation of Leo.
And in the stars are the four elements, oxygen, hydrogen, helium, and potassium. They are