Parents Group Pulls Off A ‘Miracle’
For many corps members and their parents, it’s an emotional challenge to be separated for an entire summer. The members wonder how things are going back home, if the pet dog still remembers them and if in their absence their bedroom has been turned into a recreation room. The parents wonder if their child is eating well, getting enough sleep, remembering to wash behind their ears and has enough money to make it through the season.
Now imagine you’re a corps member who hasn’t seen his parents even once in two years, and imagine you’re those parents without any expectation or significant hope of seeing each other during that period and beyond.
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