September 15, 2021

My son and I are finally home after our journey through the snow in northern Ontario.

It’s a bittersweet experience, but it’s also a wonderful moment for me to be reunited with him.

My son’s family, including his grandparents, is from France and my family is from Ireland.

I grew up in the small village of Beaumont in the province of Ontario, in the south-central part of the province.

Our family has always lived in a large house in Beaumonte.

It was our family’s home and it’s a place we always wanted to be.

My wife and I bought the house in 1999 and we had it all planned for my son.

I knew we had to keep the house open and open up as much as possible, to allow him the freedom he so much craved.

As we moved into the new house, it became clear to me that I had to make sure that he was able to go to the school and get his A-levels as he wished, that he would be able to attend a weekend sports camp, and that he had the chance to get married.

And, as much time as he wanted to spend with me, we would be ready to come home.

It wasn’t until I got the chance last year to see my son for the first time in his life that I started to think, ‘I know what it is to be away from your family and to have to take care of them, to care for them on your own.

It makes it all worth it.’

I remember looking down at my son, who is now almost eight years old, and thinking, ‘My boy, we’ve been separated for so long, I can’t imagine how long this will be.’

We have a wonderful family and a beautiful home, but at the same time, we have to be careful with our freedoms.

My job as a social worker is to try to help them live within their own boundaries and to provide support when they need it.

I try to be as flexible as possible so that they can make the best of whatever circumstances they are in.

My work with my son has been extremely rewarding.

It has been an incredible privilege to work with him, to have him as a part of my family.

And the best part is, he loves it, because he’s able to make the most of the time we spend together.

He doesn’t have to worry about his own responsibilities, like his school work or his homework.

He gets to make decisions on how to spend his time with me and with my wife and kids.

So far, he’s a great kid.

He’s a really smart, very healthy kid.

And I’m proud to say that my son is a great example for us all.

We have two other boys, ages 10 and 13.

It will be a special time when they’re older.

They will have to decide how much time they will spend with us, but they’ll always have their family.

It’ll be a lot more family-friendly in a year’s time, but I don’t think it will be too difficult for them.

I think it’ll be very exciting.

As for my job, I try not to think about it too much.

I’m just happy that my wife is safe, my son’s safe, and my house is open.

As soon as I’m back home, I’m going to start to look forward to Thanksgiving and to spending the holiday with my family again.

I’ll be spending my time with them and my time as a parent, so I can take my time to be with them.

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