29 May '17, 12am

No Harm, No Foul

No Harm, No Foul

As a child, the neighborhood was my playground as I free ranged with other kids from yard to yard playing kickball, hide-and-seek, capture the flag, and wiffle ball. We built forts, climbed everything from trees to fences, and explored places that we did not necessarily have permission to. We didn’t wear watches or have cell phones, and were oftentimes simply given the instruction of, “Be home by dark.” When we got hungry, we dared each other to eat worms or grubs. When we got thirsty, we drank from puddles, streams, and garden hoses that were used for much more than watering the plants. These innocent days allowed for a lot of time outside and permitted us kids to just be exactly that, kids. During this time, what we did seemed common and normal. Our parents never screamed or shuddered when we gave them glimpses into the day’s affairs. Regarding our welfare, I came to lea...

Full article: http://www.irunfar.com/2017/05/no-harm-no-foul.html

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