A True Daughter

I had sons, but no daughters.  Today, my daughter-in-law, Paula, made herself my daughter.  My son had come to install a bathroom seat riser, and he brought his wife and daughter with him.  He got to work right away, and said he had to go to Home Depot to get a part.

Seeing a chance for an outing after my recent fall, I said, grabbing my cane, “I’m going with you.”  Paula looked at my cane, and said, “No, Dad, the passenger seat in his truck is high, and not for you.”  She gave my son a shake of the head, and I knew now she was my daughter.  The Lord provides for us in our old age.

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