We are students, thinkers, influencers, communities sharing our ideas with the world. Join our platform to create and discover content that actually matters to you.I don&apost know how I got so lucky to have a person in my life like you, but I thank the Lord every night for blessing me with the smartest, prettiest person to be my best friend, my role model, my confidant, my person and most importantly, my mother.
Whether we want to admit it or not, a lot of us dads know how Randyll feels. For instance, my five-year-old’s performance in the three-legged race last year was an embarrassment for everyone who witnessed it. I would never tell him, of course. I certainly wouldn’t have sent him to the Night’s Watch for a lifetime of celibacy and servitude. That’s asking for guaranteed daddy issues and resentment.Ned Stark was honourable (to a fault, in fact – it’s that kind of integrity that got him executed) an
As a young girl my parents constantly did the same with our family. I can remember giving up a Christmas gift and shopping for other so my parents could deliver gifts to a family in need. How did they know? Well, they were watchful always and when they saw a need they made sure to fill it the best they could. I am who I am today because of service and I hope our girls will continue the tradition.We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to
T’s that kind of thing that makes fatherhood one long anxious worry. So think about how Stannis Baratheon feels. He dished out the toughest love of all – burning his daughter Shireen at the stake. And she wasn’t anywhere near as annoying my kids are. It’s no wonder Stannis welcomed his death at the hand of Brienne just days later.poilt rotten, you could say.
makes its much anticipated return to TV screens on Sunday. And if the epic fantasy is about anything – aside from politics, dragons, murders, and zombie snowmen – it’s about the father-heir relationship.ord Tarley, a proud warrior and nobleman, has always been ashamed of his son Samwell, who – to be fair – is a clumsy heffalump who’s more interested in books that beheading enemies.
I&aposm sorry that I don&apost call as much as I should, and you know a lot of what goes on in my world via posts and pictures. Our schedules just seem to never line up so we can have the three-hour conversations about everything like I want to. I know we don&apost agree on absolutely everything, but I cherish every piece of advice you give me, even though it probably seems like I&aposm hardly listening. I know that sometimes we get on each other&aposs nerves, but thank you for putting up with me for all of these years. Thank