From Liz: As we get ready to embark on yet another campaign tour, I find myself busy, impatient, and more busy. But I’m probably not the only one. It seems to me most families feel pressure from too much activity these days. A rush that squeezes in from every side and cuts into quality time with the kids, the spouse. We have to be able to say “no” to some of this extraneous activity, and stick to it. But what to say no to? …Judy and Pete Hokey in Cleveland just said “no” to a job for Judy, that while bringing in some extra cash, would mean less time with her son and her husband. It’s imperative parents provide prudent leadership and vision for a family — or the family may well perish in a sea of busyness.