#4 Daughter, the amazing Sara Marian, recently had a birthday, so of course my mind turned to memories of her growing up.
A natural-born jailhouse lawyer, she would challenge me if she wanted to play and I was working, saying, “I thought you said I was the most important thing in the world to you?”
Thus do our words come back to haunt us.
But I thought it out and found my position and it was one not even she could dispute:
You’re always important; you’re just not always urgent.
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A WRITING PROMPT FROM ME TO YOU: Try to explain a subtlety to a child.