What seems like the right thing to do could also be the hardest thing you have ever done in your life. It’s always worth it. ~Unknown Source
We leave Saturday afternoon. While the quote above may sound a little dramatic for my situation, I do feel like I am on the verge of something BIG. There are just so many unknowns. The kids keep asking me what it is going to be like when Joshua comes home? What if he doesn't like us, they ask? They are excited but I am starting to sense my kids nervousness that comes with change and the unknown. If only I had answers for them. Then I think of Joshua and I feel sorry for him. He is going to be leaving his only home that he has ever known. I am pretty sure he will grieve. Even though I know that he would have been transferred and would have eventually been sent to a mental institution. He does not understand this. So he will grieve and I have been entrusted with teaching him about God, love and family. It will be hard, maybe even the hardest thing I have ever done.