Lost in a Very Strange Place

When my son was about 2 years old our family was traveling, staying in a big hotel with an elevator. The elevator door opened and my son bounded in. I thought my husband was holding the door open as we figured out how to get all our luggage into the elevator. He thought I was holding the door. Bet you can guess what happened.

Terrified I tore down the steps which were, thankfully, by the elevator. SO I left the stairwell on the floor where heard my precious child screaming with fear.

I enveloped him in my arms. He looked at me through his tears and said, “Mommy, I tried to find a policeman.”

I taught him if he ever needed help to find a policeman. He always did listen to me.

That story popped into my head after the post Amethyst Mahoney shared yesterday about the lost boy trusting the superheroes to help him.

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  1. Amethyst says:

    I keep leaving comments under the Facebook link instead of the comment box. That thing confuses me! 🙂

    • Ali Bierman says:

      Sorry. for the confusion. For people on Facebook the comment goes to their Facebook profile. For people not using Facebook the comment doesn’t. Both work fine. Thanks for asking.

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