Last week I helped my son move into his dorm for his final year of college. One more semester of classes, followed by a semester of student teaching, stands between the pause button that represents college life. Childhood is way, way behind him. Adulthood is here, and he's only a handful of months away from making good on it.
This milestone, along with the launch of his younger sisters into their respective paths, one into a sophomore which may take an entirely different journey than any of us had expected in the beginning, and the other into a nursing program so intense she realizes it's more like on-the-job training, reminded me of this post from two years ago. Different stage in life, same reminders. In fact, I dare say, we need these warnings to back away from the slippery slope of accommodation of the world even more than ever. Satan's wiley ways get prettier and prettier every day.
Laura Miller aka mrsdkmiller
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Seeing What's in Front of Our Eyes
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Because He Came Home
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