Friday, May 20th, 2016

Dan Hack Got a Job in Connecticut

Akiva pushed Iris all the way to Joshua’s house.

As of today, he officially takes only one nap per day.





Joshua has been acting a bit off since his daddy lost his job a few months ago.

We’ve hardly seen him in the last year, since Akiva was born.





Now Iris asks if we will ever see him again after he moves.





Probably not. But I don’t say that. I say, “I don’t know.”





She asks how far away he is going.

I tell her, “As far away as Gramma and Gramps, but in a different direction.”





When we broke the wishbone after Thanksgiving, she wished to see Joshua more.

She got the bigger half, but she didn’t get her wish.





I still remember when I was four and my best friend moved away.

Then I didn’t have a friend.





Β Then we moved away.





One of the things in life I am most grateful for is my little sister.

I don’t know what I would have done without her as a child.





I have never wanted to beΒ an only child.

It would have beenΒ a very lonely little world for my child-self.




Stick together, children.

You never know when you might need each other.

One Response

  1. Mom says:

    Sweet. Let’s hope that cats don’t use the sandbox.

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