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How a Son/Daughter thinks of His/Her Daddy at Different Ages

Discussion in 'Snippets of Life (Non-Fiction)' started by veenaissack123, Jul 19, 2007.

  1. veenaissack123

    veenaissack123 Senior IL'ite

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    How a Son/Daughter thinks of His/Her Daddy at Different Ages
    At 4 Years
    My daddy is great .

    At 6 Years
    My daddy knows everybody.

    At 10 Years
    My daddy is good but is short tempered

    At 12 Years
    My daddy was very nice to me when I was young .

    At 14 Years
    My daddy is getting fastidious.

    At 16 Years
    My daddy is not in line with the current times.

    At 18 Years
    My daddy is becoming increasingly cranky.

    At 20 Years
    O h! Its becoming difficult to tolerate daddy. Wonder how Mother puts
    up with him.

    At 25 Years
    Daddy is objecting to everything.

    At 30 Years
    I t's becoming difficult to manage my son. I was so scared of my father
    when I was young.

    At 40 Years
    Daddy brought me up with so much discipline. Even I should do the same.

    At 45 Years
    I am baffled as to how my daddy brought us up.

    At 50 Years
    My daddy faced so many hardships to bring us up. I am unable to manage a
    single son.

    At 55 Years
    My daddy was so far sighted and planned so many things for us. He is one of
    his kind and unique.

    At 60 Years My daddy is great.

    Thus, it took 56 years to complete the cycle and come back to the
    1st.stage.Realize the true value of your parents before its too late

     
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    Sriniketan IL Hall of Fame

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    Very good article, Veena.
    We understand our parents when we are in that situation later. It is true.
    But the love for our parents do not change. Only interpretations of their ideas with ours and later with ours and our children, change.
    Sriniketan
     
  3. Sindhuja

    Sindhuja Silver IL'ite

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    It's so true. I liked it.
     
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    slp807 Bronze IL'ite

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    good post and is very true!!!
     
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    Abha Bronze IL'ite

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    Very True !!! I have just forwarded it to my dad and my sister.

    ~Abha
     
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    puni88 Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Very true!!
    My husband is an example for this.
    He used to always complain about his dad and praise his mom, but now things have changed.
     
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    bindunaidu New IL'ite

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    hi,
    I crossed forty and crossed all the stages mentioned in the post.
    Now i am 'baffled how my dad brought me up':mrgreen:
     
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    gjaya Silver IL'ite

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    Very nice, Veena. I liked it a lot, it made me :rotfl

    But I may be an exception to the case, my daddy has always been my daddy. At any age all I thought of my daddy and still think now as "I love my daddy very much and he is like my friend"..........:biggrin2:


    Jaya
     

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