Even though I am breaking from writing at this point, I figured I would still share others’ posts now and then when I take time to read a bit and find something I feel is beneficial.
For Expediency’s Sake
I grew up during a time when parents didn’t think twice about letting their children play on the streets of their neighborhoods; or ride their bikes down the road to the local mom and pop convenience store. A family was a mom and a dad with kids, not a dad and another man who was mom or a mom and another woman who was dad. Boys knew they were boys and because they were boys they used the boy’s bathroom and girls knew they were girls and knew to use the girl’s bathroom. On my street “drugs” was something that you got from the drugstore for a headache or fever or cold. We hardly ever locked the house and almost always left the keys in the car; our house was never robbed nor was our car ever stolen. I grew up in a security that I didn’t…
View original post 1,731 more words