How could it not be a good day, crunching through the dry leaves, listening to praises to Jesus from little voices? Hearing them cast their cares onto the worthy shoulders of the King who conquered death? It was a moment I will remember for my entire life.
I would say that the school system has experienced disconnected, detached and irresponsible parents for far too long. This experience had made me realize that I have been woefully out of touch with what my children are learning and HOW they are learning it.
I’ve been thinking a lot about this situation, and how rare it is for us all as a nation to basically be in “lockdown” together. I realized this morning though, that how Mike and I respond to these challenges will be planting seeds in our children for the rest of their lives. Only we can decide if they are good seeds or bad seeds.
They place the food on the table and then I go pick it up and put it in the back of my car). It feels very Silence of the Lambs to me, and I keep thinking one of the lunch ladies is going to toss me a bottle of lotion, but so far, it hasn’t happened.
I speed-walked through the aisles at the grocery store, nimbly avoiding slow-moving senior citizens blocking my way through the store. From produce to cereal, they stood, unaware of my angst. Get out of the fast lane, I thought to myself.
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