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Old 09-02-2012, 08:27 PM   #21
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I have three daughters all out of the house,the oldest 29 totaled 3 cars before she was 19 went into the service national guard when she got back from training she apologized to me and said I was right she has been active guard for approx 12 years E-6, my middle daughter has been working at a production facility for 8yrs shift supervisor working since 18, my youngest just finished 2yrs of tech collage, marine and small engine, and has been at her job for a year. I was in the service and taught them self defense, marksmanship, hunting fishing, wilderness survival, they can fix their own vehicles, clean their own game, fish, each have their own shotgun, two are ccw, the youngest will have hers in December. I'm awfully proud of them. now if I could just get them to quit going out with these scumbags they seem to like, it never works out and they ask me to get rid of them. what to do, oh what to do
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Old 09-02-2012, 09:47 PM   #22
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I'm pretty sure everybodys folks here have said the same about them (except mine of course. I have always been an exceptional person). Let's not be too critical.

My oldest daughter got a used Volvo for her first car. I don't remember the year, it was one of the "bricks". The left headlight assembly was broken. I took her to the junkyard and bought her a unit. We went home, got out the toolbox and I walked her through changing it. She did all the work with me just helping to hold things.
Her second car was a Honda.
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Old 09-02-2012, 09:58 PM   #23
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I feel the pain on loser boys

I'm still having trouble being the grown up and talking to the youngest. In her quest to play some game rationalizing her b/f, she threw both me and my father in law under the bus, then drove back and forth over us. This wonderful boy was seen with another girl, so he texted her breaking up with her. Then said he was sorry and wants to get back together again.

Oldest's choices on boys has been absolute special ed. She falls into this need to "fix" them, the more messed up the more she "loves" them. I've finally learned to not even comment on the boys, nada, nothing. We're both a lot happier that way, LOL.
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