February 6, 2003
People always say that, when you have children, everything changes. What they don’t mention is the fact that, once you finally feel comfortable with the fact that your children have become well-adjusted, healthy, happy adults, you’re often flung back into care-giver mode with your own parents. Packing up and getting myself ready for the move across country to my new home, closer to my parents, where I can be immediately available, should they need my assistance, I just couldn’t help but grumble a bit about life in general. I thought my worry time was over. I thought I could rest.