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Friday, January 11, 2013

CBS: Indiana boy abducted in '94 found in Minnesota

The first thing that crossed my mind, when looking at the picture of the boy when he was 5 years old, was the remarkable resemblance between him and our oldest grandson who is about the same age at present.

While reading through the article, much of the concerns surrounding the situation which prodded the action of the grandparents struck home and/or bore resemblance to a period of time similar to what they were going through. In other words; I sympathize and empathize.

I suspect there are more grandparents who can identify with the situation and the concerns, but most of all with the fear of what that would and could potentially and eventually do to their beloved grandchild.

We all want what is best for our loved ones and that includes our grandkids. That doesn't mean we always know what is best and most certainly doesn't justify the actions of these grandparents.

The route they took is understandable however and I do not, will not, and can not blame them. What I will do is hope. Hope that no (grand) parent ever will be faced with the same fears and concerns and has to suffer through a similar situation.

As long as there is life, there is hope. As long as there are people, that hope could be in vain though. Is that a paradox?



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