LUNCH ON A TINY TUGBOAT

It Was A Warm, sun-and-fun enriched day for our family at the water park. In the shallow water of the wave pool there was a pretend tugboat, well-anchored to the concrete below. It was just big enough for three or four little ones to climb aboard and let their imaginations play out.

When I first noticed the tiny tug, my eyes rested on a charming scene. There was a dad on it, knees up to his chest, eating lunch with his daughter as they sailed the imaginary waves. He looked as if he wouldn't want to be anywhere else. What an example of the joy that comes from unselfishly giving time to children, especially on vacation.

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