Tell us about your night routine. What is one thing you could never imagine changing about it?
On most nights, I am a Mother Hen.
My nights include making sure people eat, tucking them into bed at night and tracking down whoever has snuck out for the evening. Then I go home and check on my children.
It’s all in a nights work. Literally.
I have gladly accepted the roles of Mother Hen. To me, it means that I have compassion for people, especially the one’s that need more assistance. I’m not saying I don’t get annoyed with anyone. I just pray for patience for about 8 hours.
We all need someone to tie our shoes once in awhile. Someday, I’m going to need a friend to tie my shoes and remind me when to go to dinner. So I’m nice to people in the hopes that my future caretakers will be kind.