Thanks for all the support, prayers and warm wishes. Our daughters are back home and safe. We are working on rebuilding our family structure and are appreciate all of your love and support.
Pardon me while I approach you in casual language because I do not have the proper words to eloquently explain the way I feel. My daughters have decided to leave me physically and I am trying to process this entire matter with all the faith I have in me.
First, let me admit that we have been at odds with each other for some time now. Having teenagers is not the easiest job in the world. There is a sea of emotions that neither party can accurately express. Peer pressure is abundant and the need to be a good parent faces that every day. Do we, as parents, say the right thing all the time? No. I can honestly admit that I do not but I see something great in my children and I do not want the pressures of life to sabotage that.
I thought I made myself clear, starting from elementary school, “Books before boys” but it was an attempt to curb something that nature would definitely introduce. Do I blame the company they kept? Not at all. They are responsible for their own actions but I just pray that clarity is brought forth sooner than later because we are living in perilous times.
Keep me and my family in prayer and I promise I will do the same for you. Blessings regardless to you and yours forever. Amen.