I remember the day clearly. I was picking her up from afternoon kindergarten. Sporting pigtails and with her backpack in hand, she caught sight of the family vehicle. She climbed into the back seat, buckled up and smiled at my reflection in the rearview mirror. We began a discussion of the day’s events - reading, recess, art and lunch - and then out it came: “Mom, do you know what I want to do when I grow up?”
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