September 17, 2013
Bi-location and other necessary motherhood skills
By Cheryl Dickow
I glanced at the clock when I heard my husband say to my oldest son, “Call me when you get home.”“Where is he?” I asked.When my husband replied, “He’s on his way home from work,” my stomach began churning. Not the hunger-type churn but the worried-mother-type churn. Our son had purchased a home just months before and was still getting a handle on things; but between work and other demands, it wasn’t easy. My husband and I—and his brothers—had all helped out with painting, cutting the lawn,...