West Words: End of summer break hard on parents
West Words by Tom West – These are the times that try parents’ souls. The new school year beckons. They’ve almost survived the summer.
But they aren’t there yet.
When I was kid, my summer was set up this way:
The first two weeks after school let out were spent in vacation Bible school. After spending nine months cooped up in a classroom, the last thing I wanted to do — in early June no less — was spend another two weeks inside four walls. See more in Tom West’s West Words.