My takeaway is to stop what I’m doing when my son or daughter want my undivded attention. This is a challenge as I tend to be task oriented, and have my “to do” list. I remind myself to put down the dishes or laundry, switch gears and play a board game or watch a family movie when they are pulling on my apron strings. It’s definetely a fine balance between completing household chores and spending quality time together. I realize they are only with me a brief time before they venture off to college, careers and family life.
I hope you too find Joel’s gentle reminder lends to a healthier family.
After watching Joel’s message, what is your takeaway? Please share it with us.
I would like to thank all the brave men and women who serve/have served in the Unites States military. I appreciate your courage and sacrifice to keep our country free!
Starting bottom left Dad Jim, Brother Greg, Me, Son Austin, Husband Randy, Daughter Alicia, Sister-in-Law Connie, Step-Mom Dorene.
I’d like to send out a special thanks to my Dad, Jim Mosberger, who served in the US Air Force during the 1950’s. He was stationed in Savannah, Georgia. His passion was maintaining military airplanes until he discovered his color blindness. This news crushed him, however, he understood the seriousness of possibly crossing color coded electrical wires. As a result, he retired from the military and moved to California where he met my Mom. The above picture is his 77th birthday celebration…