Letters from Dad: #24
2 days ago
You love the way the sounds change during the spring time. It's like the whole world is waking up.
First the birds start chirping. Then the kids start playing. Before you know it, life is back in full swing again.
You are observant, thoughtful, and even philosophical. You like taking the time to pay attention to things.
You notice the little details that everyone else seems to overlook. And your memories tend to be extremely vivid.
|Buckeye Fans: Moe & Patchdog|
Chinese generally consider an A- a bad grade.
To be the best, you must practice more than everyone else—even when traveling on vacation.
Chinese generally are disgraced with second place.
Chinese parents are generally blunt and do not consider the feelings of their kids.
Chinese parents generally believe they know best for their kids so do not let the kids make choices.
Chinese generally always do extra credit, even if not needed.
Chinese parents push their children to excel because they are confident they can with hard work.
But whoso hath this world's good, and seeth his brother have need, and shutteth up his bowels of compassion from him, how dwelleth the love of God in him?--I John 3:17
|The day we first met Abby! (6/20/09)|