But with the excitement, there must also be a degree of trepidation about having to take responsibility for your academic future, about stepping into the adult world and all the inherent responsibility that those steps bring.
I silently walked upstairs and hand-delivered it to his lap. Excuse me as I get a tissue.
I know I am strict with you and I do discipline you when you cannot discipline yourself. Giving him a chance to regroup without the additional stimulation of my harsh, stern voice worked wonders for both of us.
My son needed to be dealt with for his behavior and, quite frankly, I knew he was not in a space to hear any sounds much less my sermon.
Our Dad and Me camping trip was a lot of fun and I learned so much about you. YOU will make mistakes…and it will be ok…. I don't want you to look back and regret some actions or inactions that would limit what you can become or limit what you deserve.