Your Dad is cool Bull.
My Dad used to let me play with 'his' trains, until they became mine. I haven't had time in years.
You're a lucky man sir.
I'm kinda fond of the "old man" myself. He always been a great Dad. Now that he is a grandfather, he's no where near as tough as he was when we were growing up:D But all kidding aside, I hope that I can be as good of a father to my little girl as he is/was to me and my brother growing up.
Well spoken sir.Quote:
I hope that I can be as good of a father to my little girl as he is/was to me and my brother growing up.
Remember when you were 17-18 years old? Remember how much smarter you were than your Dad?
After I turned about 25, the older I got, the smarter my Dad got.
When I hit 40, my dream was to be as smart as my dad... along with your well stated 'hope' above.
Now at 55, I conclude this: No matter how hard I work, I will never fill my dad's big shoes, or equal his intelligence, nor become the man he was.
Some heros are just meant to be... well, Dad.
I thank you for a very nice reminder of my own history.
Pardon me while this old guy reflects for a while.
And It's going up, up, up.. . . . .. :D
Sweeeeet! Almost "skinin' time.
Didn't have many Moose strikes this year. Got plenty of turkeys though. How about an Elk? Have to "import"it though. T.C.
I like it!!!
Like a giant erector set!!!
Well, you don't put oysters in Brunswick stew, you could bring some squirrel though. Heck you can bring the oysters if you feel like it and we think of something to use them in. And Drew, NO MTN. OYSTERS, you hear!:D:p:D
What? No adventure?hehe
Rescue101 What? No adventure?hehe
Not today or anytime soon. :D
Harve, as a matter of fact, I'm eating some good old Brunswick stew, right now. Mom made some for Christmas, used Grandpa's recipe. Best in the world,but I don't think that it has any Hare in it, this time. :p:D:p
It starting to shape up!