I use to think the old Doris Day song was cute. My mom liked it and would sing it sometimes. The song is about a girl asking her mom if she was going to be rich or if she would get married or so I remember and the Mom's response is que sera, sera what ever will be will be the futures not ours to see que sera, sera. As a parent of three children I guess it is true that I don't really know anything about my children's future. But I assume my two younger ones will grow up marry and move out. Not so with my oldest. With his Cerebral Palsy I don't know anything about his future. He's smart, and some would say mild as CP goes, but just doesn't have all the tools I would wish he had. Is there a lady out there who will love him and help take care of him? I have no idea. I know I can't see the future, but it sure hurts to think that my child may live with us the rest of our lives, not to mention what happens after us. The pain is not that I will never be an empty nester. The pain is that my child may never know how knock kneed I was on was on my wedding day or the joy and fear I had when he was born. Life as we expect it to be may not be the same for him. When I cry over this, it is as a father wanting everything for his Children, and knowing that it just might not be. Is the song true? It is. Do I like that fact? Not one bit!