I would gladly sit in my Uggs and Northface in May shivering through a double header and even use the port-o-potty, so I could watch my son’s baseball game.
I would gladly make lunches, so my kids could eat with their friends in the cafeteria at school.
I would gladly deal with the traffic, so I could see my colleagues and our students engaged in learning.
I would gladly drive back and forth to the high school multiple times in a day chauffeuring my kids, so they could participate in their various activities.
I would gladly spend Saturday mornings visiting multiple grocery stores, so I could hand select fresh fruits and vegetables.
I would gladly wait for a table at a noisy restaurant, so we could have a meal out surrounded by friends.
I would gladly search for the tiniest spot of shade at the outdoor track and stay for hours never knowing when the race will start, so I could watch my daughter run.
I would gladly not complain about these parts of my life that I once found inconvenient, so I could do them again.