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is one to share. it’s by Jennifer Newlin, at Clickhole.com:
I Lost My Child In The Grocery Store And Every Parent Should Know How That Feels
Parents: Read this.
On Thursday evening, I was with my 4-year-old son, Jacob, at the supermarket. He was tagging along beside the cart. When we reached the salad bar, I turned away for maybe 10 seconds in order to gather ingredients. When I turned back, Jacob was gone. Nowhere to be seen.
If you’ve never had kids, you couldn’t possibly understand the sheer euphoria I felt in that moment.
While I frantically searched the area for any sign of Jacob, I remember one question above all others dominating my thoughts: Is he really gone? Gone from my life forever? The pain, all the responsibility, and the tedium of caring for a child, vanished in just one careless moment?
I started checking every aisle, just to confirm to myself that he really had disappeared. In my blind ecstasy, it was hard to think clearly. I felt myself concocting 6,000 different scenarios at once…
Here’s the rest! Enjoy your weekend!