Let Me Ask You A Question – 6/18/17

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This morning’s post was about the cool places I visited with my dad in Myrtle Beach..  Let me ask you a question…

What are some nice memories you have with your dad?

30 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You A Question – 6/18/17

  1. Mom quit her job to raise my brother and I, and she rarely spent evenings out without Dad… So when she did, occasionally, it was very special to have him all to ourselves for a few hours.

    We always ended hide and seek, and Dad would hide in the bathtub with the curtain closed e-ve-ry-ti-me. He used to scream to make us jump when we “found” him, so there was always an hesitation before going to the bahroom… Might sound weird, but those were really fun times spent with him…

    And we always ended up, the 3 of us in the tub, waiting for Mom, who knew exactly where she’d find us… LOL

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  2. My dad is a Physics professor. He would always take any opportunity teach us a little bit about science when my sisters and I were little. If we asked him why the sky was blue, he would tell about the refraction of light. If we asked him if there were martians on Mars, he would tell us about the search for intelligent life. If we asked him why a road trip was taking so long, he would tell us about the relativity of time. Although only one of us grew up to be a scientist, my father (and my mom, she’s also a scientist) definitely shaped our view of the world. For example, my sisters and I learned about the theory of evolution before we ever set foot in Sunday school, so I have also tried to emphasize science in my kids’ education.

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  3. Nothing really. I guess you can say I have daddy issues. Lol. J/K. 😂 He came around once or twice a year. Actually my step-dad was more in my life than him. My step-dad was strict but he raised me like I was his daughter. He taught me lots of life lessons and took us on vacations. My favorite was to Los Angeles.

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  4. We had a small cabin on a river in Upstate New York. I used to go fishing a lot with my dad. He died of Leukemia when I was 24 and I haven’t touched a fishing pole since. It was a great memory, but is painful when I try to recreate it.

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  5. One of the fondest memories that I had with my dad would be hiking a mountain when I was just four. I had a great time with my family during the entire hike. The scenery was beautiful along with the activities that we did together.

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