We were going to have a talk about the right time to come home.I was about to have the talk when Anna said to me, “Dad, I think I want to be home by 10 – I have something I need to do for school tomorrow and don’t want to be out late.” It is a tremendous blessing when kids make decisions like this.What her mother had modeled for her in her developing womanhood was exercised later as an adult resulting in wise decisions when it came to dating.I remember, as a teenager, when Anna was going on one of her first dates.
She thanks me for my words of encouragement and says that ‘something’ will be distracting her today.
She was crying because she said she had her entire life on that disk, so she asked me for help and I started researching what could I possibly do to repair the disk or at least retrieve her data.-Tom I appreciate the help...that's what I was afraid of.
At the time of writing this post I must say that I feel like a hero!
I offer a few words of support for something she’s not looking forward to doing at work.
I make fun of the fact that we’re not strangers any more so it’s okay for us to talk on the phone, suggesting that we chat later in the evening.