It is May 24, 2014. Both of you are asleep while I write this letter. I am writing to share this with you….
I am proud of your ability to share with others using sound wisdom.
Sound wisdom is a gift. Many of us live a lifetime and can never grasp this concept. You both are borderline 16 and 13; I thank you for always being understanding, not disregarding my and your mother’s words and walking in a way that continuously baffles us both.
Thank you for always respecting and more importantly, loving your mother. We have met countless souls from cashiers working in shopping centers to the affluent living a life of comfort who spoke nightmares of their children’s journey through the teenager years: many times in your very presence. I am grateful to know those nightmares are false.
I want to thank you both for growing and sharing with wisdom. Thank you for your smiles. I love you both.