My two-year-old grandson, Luke, stood at the edge of the pool, wearing floaties and sweet little goggles that made him look like a frog.
He came close and backed away several times. I slipped next to him and held him close. Into the water we went.
"I got you, buddy. I got you," I whispered.
“Your taxes are ready to file, Mr. Jones, you are going to get $3,000 back this year!” Those are words we love to hear! A tax refund!
The question is, “What should I do with my refund this year?”
You don't have to try so hard. I know sometimes you think you do. There's a place inside that worries if you let up for even just a little while that it may all fall apart, that you may fall apart.
But here's the secret: you don't have to hold yourself, your life, this world together. That's far too much for any of us.