Austin Pardue, in his book “Bold To Say,” tells about a woman who lived on a busy street corner in the heart of a large city. One hot summer night she retired early. The telephone rang, but she slept through it. Fire engines clanged around the corner, but she slept through it. Loud music blasted from a passing “boom box,” but she slept through it. The children raided the ice box and played the stereo at full volume, but she slept through it. Then a remarkable thing occurred. From the rear room, at the opposite end of the house, came a little voice that said, “Mommy,” and immediately she jumped out of bed and rushed to the side of her three-year-old daughter.
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