The greatest rewards of life are excelling at things people didn't think you could do.
September 05, 1979
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And with my daughters..I just bought the oldest two purple patio chairs for her new upscale apartment..I could only fit her two in my car..the first thing out of my younger daughters mouth was 'where is my two chairs?'..luckily I was able to by two more purple chairs yesterday..it was onsale crock pots at Christmas..and both make very good money..can buy the stuff theirselves
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I understand you very well. That's exactly how my mom feels about my elder sister. Although it's a different scenario. I think the best choice would be to support her. Instead of going "Didn't you think of doing that 3 years ago?" with the under the table work, perhaps you should go "Yea I think that's a good idea." Sort of like supporting her at every step. No matter how slow and short it may be. I mean that's what moms do right? Or at least what we expect out of moms. I most certainly do as a teen of 18. And I do most certainly expect it out of my best friend, and myself to do as one too. I hope that made sense.
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