There’s something startling about seeing a wedding ring on your child’s hand – a hand that never wore a high school or college ring, or jewelry of any kind.
It is a larger version of the pudgy little hand that so often reached for mine. The same toddler’s hand that dragged a chair across my kitchen floor to reach the counter and put pieces of bread in the toaster. (C’mon, we let him use a toaster, not fire up a barbeque grill.)
Today, his fingers are longer and carry more responsibility. They nurture a career, a home and a wife.
And now, they wear a ring.
Renee Garrison is the award-winning author of “The Anchor Clankers.“