I couldn’t find my son and the panic was rising

The empty scooter rolled back towards me. I looked up to where he had been scooting back and forth across the playground but he was gone. I looked at the open playground gate, that leads onto an alleyway that leads to the road. I couldn't see him.  I quickly scanned the playground, I couldn't see …

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When the train goes over the bridge and no-one sees

There's a railway bridge that we drive under often and every time we do the kids look out the window hoping that they'll see a choo-choo train going over it. When we do see one it's the cause of much excitement. I was on my way back from George Street last Thursday, sat in traffic, …

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