Daddy worked a new job in the winter of 1979. After losing his business in a devastating fire (Daddy Was A Carpenter) he and Mother had to take new jobs to make ends meet.
And so began an unexpected journey for our family.
It was adventurous.
It was unfamiliar.
It was hard.
But I thought my parents were heroes. I could see the struggle, yet I knew everything was going to be okay. Why? Because we believed.
Daddy drove a milk truck for Fairmont Creamery in Council Grove, Kansas. As we had done before, Sister and I took turns going to work with Daddy. This story is the memory of my turn.
I had seen my daddy work hard, putting in long hours.
I had seen my daddy finish the job he was responsible to do.
I had seen my daddy’s courage, even through the dark times.
On this trip? It would be my turn.
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You can do anything!
Be strong and courageous. Do not be terrified; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go. – Joshua 1:9