A Word with You - January 19, 2016

 

Mom, Dad, I'm Home

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Not many parents can sleep real soundly until they know their children are in for the night. At our house, we asked our kids... big, teenage guys to stop by our room no matter how late it was and just say, "Hey, we're here." Sometimes they get delayed, or sometimes they're in a situation where they couldn't call. And it's natural, I think, for a mom or a dad to be anxious until they can get a fix on where their kids are, and the great time of relief is when they come in the door and we know everything's okay. Right? I guess some of the most beautiful words in the English language are, "Mom, Dad, I'm home." Maybe you know a child who's way overdue.

© (c) Ronald P. Hutchcraft
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