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Every time I saw him, he wore denim overalls and a straw hat, the front brim of which was green sunglass plastic. He smiled a lot, a smile that matched his hat old and crinkly and well worn. He never yelled at us for playing in his yard. I remember him as someone who was a lot nicer than circumstances warranted.
When Dr. Gibbs wasnt saving lives, he was planting trees. His house sat on ten acres, and his lifes goal was to make it a forest. The good doctor had some interesting theories concerning plant husbandry. He came from the no pain, no gain school of horticulture.
He never watered his new trees, which flew in the face of conventional wisdom. Once I asked why. He said that watering plants spoiled them, and that if you water them, each successive tree generation will grow weaker and weaker.
So you have to make things rough for them and weed out the weenie trees early on. He talked about how watering trees made for shallow roots, and how trees that werent watered had to grow deep roots in search of moisture. I took him to mean that deep roots were strong and adaptable.
So he never watered his trees. Hed plant an oak and, instead of watering it every morning, hed beat it with a rolled-up newspaper.
I asked him why he did that, and he said it was to get the trees attention. Gibbs went to glory a couple of years after I left home. Every now and again, I walk by his house and look at the trees that Id watched him plant some twenty-five years ago.
Theyre granite strong now. Big and robust. Those trees wake up in the morning and beat their chests and drink their coffee black. I planted a couple of trees a few years back. Carried water to them for a solid summer.
Sprayed them. Prayed over them. The whole nine yards. Two years of coddling has resulted in trees that expect to be waited on hand and foot. Whenever a cold wind blows in, they tremble and chatter their branches.
Sissy trees. Funny thing about those trees of Dr. Adversity and deprivation seemed to benefit them in ways comfort and ease never could. Every night before I go to bed, I check on my two Sons. I stand over them and watch their little bodies, the rising and falling of life within. I often pray for them. Mostly I pray that their lives will be easy. Lord, spare them from hardship. But lately Ive been thinking that its time to change my prayer.
This change has to do with the inevitability of cold winds that hit us at the core. I know my children are going to encounter hardship, and my praying they wont is naive.
Theres always a cold wind blowing somewhere. So Im changing my eventide prayer. Because life is tough, whether we want it to be or not. Instead, Im going to pray that my sons roots grow deep, so they can draw strength from the hidden sources of the eternal God. Too many times we pray for ease, but thats a prayer seldom met.
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As a twenty- seven-year-old single mother of four children, I tended to think of myself as a fearless leader of my brood. And, in fact, our life often reflected the austere setting of boot camp.
The five of us were crammed into close quarters a two-bedroom apartment in New Jersey and we lived a life of self-deprived discipline. I couldnt afford any of the niceties and luxuries other parents did, and aside from my mother, none of the rest of our family was involved in the kids lives at all.
That left me as commander in chief. Many nights, I lay awake on my bed, planning strategies to get more things for my children. Though my children never complained about what they lacked and seemed to bask in my love, I was continually on the alert for ways to improve their simple lives. When I found a five-bedroom apartment in a three-story house the second and third stories belonging completely to us I leapt at the opportunity. At last, we could spread out.
The home even had a big backyard. The landlord promised to have everything fixed up for us in a month. I agreed on the repairs, paid her in cash for the first months rent and the same in security, and hurried home to inform my troops we were moving out. They were excited, and we all camped on my bed that night, planning what wed do to the new home.
The next morning, I gave notice to my current landlord and started packing. We loaded our boxes with the precision of a well-oiled machine. It warmed my heart to see the troops in action. And then I realized my strategic error. I had no keys to the new house in hand, and when day after day of unreturned phone calls and fruiless searches produced no access to the house, I began to panic.
I did some espionage work and called the utility company. They told me someone else had just requested new service for the same address. Id been duped. With a heavy heart, I looked at my childrens expectant faces and tried to find the words to tell them the bad news. They took it staunchly, though I fought back tears of disappointment. Already feeling defeated, I faced even worse obstacles. I couldnt afford rent on a new place because Id paid so much for the house.
My mother wanted to help, but children were not allowed in her small apartment.
Desperate, I asked a fellow veteran fighter to help: a single mother of five who was struggling as much as I. She tried her best to be hospitable, but nine kids in four rooms Well, you get the picture.
After three weeks, we were all mutinous.
We had to get out. I had no options left, no new orders to follow. We were on the run. I stored ourfurniture, stuffed our winter clothes in the back of our yellow Escort, and informed my small soldiers that we had nowhere to camp for the present time except in our car.
My sons, six and ten, met my gaze and listened intently. Why cant we stay at Grandmas? That question was followed by several suggestions of others we should be able to stay with. In each case, I had to tell them the harsh truth. People have their own lives, Honey. We have to handle this on our own.
We can do this. But if my bravado appeased them, it didnt fool me. I needed strength. Where could I get help? Knowing it was time to turn in for the night, I gathered up my troops, and we marched to the car. The children were calm and compliant, but my thoughts were engaged in fierce warfare.
Should I do this to them?
What else could I do? Unexpectedly, it was my own troops who gave me the strength I needed. As we lived in our car for the next four weeks, showering at my mothers in the mornings and eating at fast-food joints, the kids seemed to enjoy the odd routine. They never missed a day of school, never complained and never questioned my judgment. They were so certain of their commanders wisdom that even I began to feel courageous. We could manage this! We parked in a different spot each night, well-lighted areas near apartment buildings.
When the nights grew cold, the kids cuddled in the back seat that folded down into a bed, sharing body heat and blankets. I sat in the front, keeping watch between dozes and starting the motor every so often to run the heat. Ann Neurol.
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