Notice anything different? Yep, I'm making myself use capital letters,
because I'm a grown up now. As soon as my parents began to depend
on us kids more, I knew it was time to capitalize.
I've learned to capitalize the importance of trusting my siblings and to
delegate. Another lesson is from Philippians 2:3, "Do nothing out of
selfish ambition or vain conceit . . . but consider others before yourself."
It is a capital offense to whine about the difficult decisions we must
Ours have been capital parents, giving us all they knew to give, and
now it's our turn.
I've been in denial, pretending things were not slipping down that
slippery slope. I've also been a hypocrite, thinking I was a devoted
daughter. Now is when the rubber meets the road, and I pray I can
meet the challenge.
Which brings me to my favorite Alexander McCall Smith quote,
"Denial and hypocrisy get bad press; there's plenty of room for both."