We don’t always get a second chance.
Everyone has particularly memorable moments, events never forgotten or lost sight of throughout the years. The following is one of mine.
As a child-care provider I have often failed miserably when attempting to bring about behavior change and teach appropriate life lessons during times of discipline. But thankfully, on this occasion I believe I got it right. And I’m grateful to the Lord that I did, because there would have been no second chance.
His name was Andy. During the hours his mother worked, Andy and his little brother, Cory, attended the child-care center where I was both assistant director and a child-care provider. I spent more time with …