No Need To Nag

It was a very simple thing, but yet profound.

We had to leave by 9:15am for Will’s ball game and it’s 9:05 and I haven’t returned home yet from Anytime Fitness. I call Sandra to let her know that I’m on the way.

She responds, “Ok, we have a few more minutes.”

Then I started thinking. She could have called me nagging about when I’d be home. She didn’t know my ETA and she doesn’t like to be late. But she didn’t call to nag. She didn’t call at all.

Instead, she trusted.

It’s a beautiful thing.

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