Step Into the Light!

7 Nov

Here is another thought that I have had since the hurricane hit us here in New Jersey and over the following days of recovery.

Where are the kids?

All of the schools have been closed for days now and I live in a neighborhood that is only 2 blocks from the local grammar school and…no kids?

No school…all the children are home…during the regular school day hundreds of the little urchins can be seen walking to school or being dropped off from mini vans by their parents…There’s daylight now…and no school…but no kids!

Where do they go? what do they do? Why won’t they come out into the light of day?

In the aftermath of one of Mother Nature’s more frightening creations I think it’s time for parents to see to it that America’s children make friends with one of her more inspiring phenomenon…SUNSHINE!

3 Responses to “Step Into the Light!”

  1. Stacey Shubitz November 12, 2012 at 2:31 am #

    Getting out with my daughter was one of the first things I longed to do after Sandy passed us by. I was so thankful we didn’t have any downed trees, which enabled us to venture out once the wind died down.

    Thanks for stopping by TWT and leaving a comment!

  2. athenebristol November 13, 2012 at 9:10 pm #

    Schools closed! I bet the kids are pleased.

  3. Michelle Frost November 28, 2012 at 12:17 am #

    I suspect they have become vampires 🙂

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