Born the baby of the family, Tim "Timmy" Morrison loves to get that extra attention to know he is special. Since he was the last child home with mom, they enjoyed their one-on-one time reading together, going to the park, running errands and building forts. And he especially loved those days when dad would come home from the office to have lunch with just him and mom. Although he can entertain himself with his wild imagination, there’s nothing he loves more than to spend time with his brothers and sisters. Timmy tries his best to avoid trouble, but has been known to find himself right in the middle of it – although his heart is usually on the right path.
One autumn day when he and Mary were on a walk to see the fallen leaves, he began asking her a lot of questions about why the leaves changed color and die. Soon, Timmy was asking deeper questions about life and death. Mary told him of heaven and how Jesus is the only way there. Timmy knew about these stories already, but it finally made sense to him. That day mom prayed with Timmy, and he became a Christian.
Though it’s easy for Timmy to make new friends, he’s not very excited about going into Mrs. Wynkoop’s first grade class. After all, he won’t even have a cubbie to keep his blanket in anymore like he did in kindergarten. But most of all, he’s not looking forward to being separated from his mom all day.
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Timothy Morrison (born April 3, 1963 in Raeford, North Carolina) is a former American football cornerback in the National Football League for the Washington Redskins. He played college football at the University of North Carolina.
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