In the summer of 2006 my wife’s IT position was being phased out. The Army Corp had made a decision to contract the position instead of having a full time employee.
For a while we were a tad worried. Luckily another job opened. It was a different position but for her just as rewarding.
The job involved a transfer and by fall we had moved away to the tiny town of North Bonneville, Washington.
The area was beautiful. Mountains, rivers and lots of snow and wildlife. It was common to see deer walking through the center of town.
The following summer my oldest turned five and my youngest three. My oldest was developing a ‘me first’ attitude at the time and doing a really good job of it.
But my youngest was a little different. Unlike her sister she was an observer with a strong gift of recognizing the people…
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