A Day to Remember

This morning, as I sat in my office as the new Preschool Director at the Towson Y, I could hear the usual sounds of children arriving with their parents. Hats, jackets, lunches--everything gets dropped off while the parents give the teachers a few parting instructions and the kids find their friends.

This morning, I heard a little boy pause as he entered his room. His little round face turned up to his mom as he asked sweetly, "Will today be a day that I always remember?"

That's the beauty of life, and it doesn't change from childhood to maturity; we never know the moments that will change our life.
Ariel Rainey