My wife is a music major, and most of our children have taken after her. Their extracurricular activities have been in band, choir, and theatre, so I have spent many hours attending concerts. One concert was quite memorable.
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One of the biggest challenges of being a foster parent is that those making the rules rarely understand those rules’ heartbreaking effects. I realize lawmakers and judges have the best interest of the children in mind. Still, often a one-size-fits-all regulation does not work to the benefit of the children. That is the effect a rule change had on us.
Oh, the fun and enticements of chance. Whether it’s wizards that peep and mutter or people who say it can’t happen to them, one wonderful human trait is behind it all.
It had been a while since we had foster children. But then one evening, we got a call from the social worker. “We have three children who desperately need a home,” he said. “Could you take one of them?” “What about the other two?” my wife, Donna, asked. We would talk all or none though we already had eight of our own.