The deliveries of food were regular, while my wife and I recovered from our respective accidents. That’s what you get from a God-given son, who has a biblical love of his parents. It is manly and generous, and we are grateful for it.
For his post high school career, he started out at Washington University in St. Louis, but he expressed a desire to go to Boston College, even though that college was flooded with applications the year after Doug Flutie enacted his famous touchdown pass. So we told him to try again. This time he succeeded. For his sophomore year he got in.
It was a successful three years at the Jesuit college, and he landed a nice banking job on graduation. But that was just the beginning. He went on to explore the entrepreneurial field, and succeeded again.