The story of a mother who will lose her son to a rare genetic disorder, likely before he turns 3. She talks about how parenting is all geared to the future, as indeed, much of it is. But her job is in the here and now, exclusively:
Parenting, I’ve come to understand, is about loving my child today. Now. In fact, for any parent, anywhere, that’s all there is.
It made me think that perhaps more than we think, all relationships are about the here and the right now, since we never know when we might breathe our last.by