Question of the day.

What’s something you think your parents did well while you were growing up?

My answer:

I think I’ve got a very good example of how to be empathetic and interested in other people from my Mum, and both my parents are always very helpful for people. I also like the fact that my Dad taught me all the capitals of European countries when I was 5. 😀 He also taught me lots of prayers which I just recently realised. You know, if something feels like you’ve known it since forever, it’s hard to realise how you actually learnt it, but recently we had a discussion with Zofijka about how we learnt different things, and I came to the realisation that Dad taught me most of prayers. Since I am a practicing Christian, it’s important to me, and my Dad was very proud of himself when I recently reminded him of that, he didn’t remember it.

How about your parents? 🙂

9 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

  1. Well, my mom always cooked really good meals. Spaghetti, grilled chicken with rice, pasta salad, steak and green beans, and that sort of thing. She also made food the way I liked it–e.g., corn on the cob without butter added. (Butter–yucks!) Fried potatoes, Italian bread, cornbread, bean soup, beef stew–she’s quite the gourmet cook!

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  2. I am grateful that my parents taught us at a very young age to act with others as we wanted others to act with us… Possibly the greatest lesson they every passed on to us 🙂

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  3. Hey,

    Hope you are doing well.

    Not sure if I have sent this request before.

    I am scheduling Mental Health Awareness re-blogs for the month of May, can I share a blog post of yours that’s related to the subject in any way.

    Your words can help educate the readers on the subject and give validation to the ones traveling in the same boat.

    Thank you! 🙂


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