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RE: Happy Birthday! -- Parenthood

Got to agree Eva... my dad was also very something.... besides the work
aspect, he also taught me to be street and business wise. I remember
times when very young (like 8) and if I didn't have his permission in
writing to go somewhere... didn't happen, even tho he said I could go.
By 12 I could drive a car and change the oil, tune-ups and normal
maintenance. What he taught me was to be a great business person, common
sense, think logically and be totally independent. In some ways it is
great, but can't say that I enjoyed childhood like most kids..... never
had the chance to be a goofy kid. So you can take it too far....


>  BTW, putting them to work is the BEST thing you can do for them.
> they'll be thanking you for the important lessons you are teaching

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