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September 26, 2007


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Dad aka Grandad Blake

The answer to your question is no. I would give you details but you know who knows all my hiding places.Ask me when we are at Fintry.

Love to all...Dad.


Your dad is right: the answer is no.

It sounds like the school took good care of Sebastian, and all was well in the end. So really, no harm, no foul. Or, as the Ingalls family used to say (when children were narrowly lost in blizzards or the wolves did NOT eat the young children out sliding on the frozen lake by night), "All's Well That Ends Well."

Words to live by.


No honey. You're certainly not. I recall the day miscommunication caused a 3-yr-old B to be left very late at daycare. When I arrived, he was in tears, "Why did you leave me?" I felt like the most horrible creature on earth.

Kudos to Seb for being such a big guy. Hugs to you. XOXO

Auntie Pammie

Tess, this story brought tears to my eyes... I felt sorry for you, and for Seb. All worked out and no one got lost/hurt. And NO you are not the only one who does things like this ,, no no no no no no....
Pammie xo


No, Tess, this has happened to all of us. In fact misunderstandings are part of (my) life!! A week doesn't go by without an 'oops' on my part. (Good thing my kids are grown now)!


Scary! We have all done that to some degree or other. Seb is not God's grandchild though, he is God's son and that means 24/7 protection and fellowship.
Thanks Lord!

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