In an ideal world, children should be able to trust their parents. After all, it’s the grown-ups in the family who are responsible for the kids. No child should ever have to worry about safety when mom and dad are around for protection, in an ideal world.
Lexington, Kentucky. 1 pm on a Friday, Labor Day weekend. Diana, a medical flight nurse, was sitting in a Lear jet. The pilot was unconscious. The co-pilot could not move because he had a broken back. Diana’s patient had died on impact.
One summer day in Jacksonville, Florida, Karen got the surprise of her life.
My guest today is Travis. He lives near Bismarck, North Dakota. Travis is a man in pain. You’ll hear it in his voice. He just lost his 16 year old son, Brandon.
If you’re a parent, you can probably identify a little bit with this story. Especially if you have teenagers.
Probably most people have been in some type of car accident at some point in their life. I’ve been in more than one myself.
When you hear the word “lost”, what comes to your mind?
What if you kind of knew someone in high school, then you became friends with that person when you both ended up at the same college?
Sometimes great ideas show up in your brain at the most surprising times.