Too often, I continue to get caught up in the whirlwind of daily life. Bills to pay, errands to run, seemingly endless therapy sessions for Isabella, just to mention a few.
But last week, I was reminded, by my own two children, of the need to stop and have fun. We went to a local carnival and enjoyed a simple afternoon. No phone calls, no bills, no traffic, no work. Just messy, extra-buttered popcorn, winning goldfish, riding on the fun (but marginally safe!) carnival rides, and listening to music.
A woman standing in line for a ride with my wife and Isabella told my wife that she was glad to see that we were not afrai...
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