Show me the way to go home

While in Fayetteville, Ark., I learned some things about getting around in the city. My duties were simple. I was to keep the children alive and get them where they were supposed to go on time. Each morning, we’d all rise to greet the day — some more cheerfully than others — and eat breakfast together.

After a few mornings tasks, we’d all drive to the university and drop Laura off for her classes. Then home again, lunch, snack prep and a run to camp to drop the children off at 1 o’clock for their theater class. Then back to the university to pick Laura up at 2 o’clock, then home then back to camp at

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