A few days ago, someone asked me how I feel about delivering the same safety messages time after time, month after month, year after year. He had seen me on the news the previous night as I talked about water safety, which ironically aired at the same time yet another child drowned.
Without hesitation, I found myself giving him a 2-part response:
- After almost 4 years of doing this, I don’t wonder “if”, I wonder “when”… a child will be killed in a car crash, drown during a pool party, be left in a hot car, suffer a head injury… or think of another injury, and fill in the blank yourself.
- If just one person listens to me each time I do an interview or presentation, and really takes my advice to heart, then I can feel a small glimmer of hope and success.
In this line of work, we dream of a day when no children Full Entry