According to the calendar it’s still May, but as the temperature outside continues to rise it feels more and more like summer. Proms and graduations are upon us, folks are planning their vacations, and many are looking forward to long, lazy days of summer.
One night a few months ago I came home from work and began my typical evening routine. I changed my clothes, turned on the nightly news, and begin fixing supper for myself. In the process of cooking I lifted the kitchen faucet to fill a pot with water. Much to my surprise nothing came out of the faucet.
Natural disasters can wreak havoc on families and children. Whether seeing a tornado, tsunami, or an earthquake on TV or actually experiencing a natural disaster, these events can be very scary. Children need loving, caring, and calm adults to help them understand what is happening and why they feel like they do.