A sense of security in the fall.
Guest post of the week by Deangelo Spencer
There are many wonderful things that I enjoy doing during the fall. The fact that the wind and temperatures in Alaska haven’t yet hit extremely cold degrees makes walking around a wonderful thing. I love the colors of the trees and the way the wind blows the leaves everywhere. This is not, however, the thing that I enjoy doing the most. My daughter cheerleads in school for the high school a few miles away. She has been part of cheerleading ever since she was in junior high, and now she is one of the best. My son also participates in wrestling, though I hardly ever get to see the two of them in action at the same time.
my son is usually indoors and my daughter outdoors, so I am constantly running back and forth during the week to attend their meets and games. This means that nobody is really home for large parts of the day. I know that I can simply set my adt program and run out the door to take care of important things. Being there for my children during the most important years of their lives is something that is incredibly important to me, and I wouldn’t give it up for anything. The fact that they can see me there almost every time gives them a sense of trust that I wish other people could feel.