When the Story is Grim



When the Story seems Gim, ReWrite the Ending.

This is Al, I found this story from Frank Bures… He chats about a conversation with his daughter… After reading this, we ask how did it touch you, what’s your story? Let us know, 800-944-8443.

Frank Bures story starts like this, Around the time our daughter turned four, she started making what seemed like odd requests. “Tell me about the sad parts of your life,” she would say at the dinner table. Or, “Tell me about the scary parts of your life.”

This phase went on for a while. I played along, telling her about my appendectomy in Africa, the time I almost fell off a cliff, the time I got a fishhook through my finger. We talked about deaths in the family, and she would sit with her eyes wide, not saying a word, listening as if her life depended on it.

The Rest of Frank’s Story, Go Here.

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