#30 Days of Gratitude, Day 19

7:00 AM Elizabeth Seckman 4 Comments


 Dad. My father worked for thirty-five years at a job he never really liked because he had five kids and it paid a livable wage. When I was in high school, he was offered a more exciting job, but I threw an absolute conniption fit over leaving my high school and my friends. My dad never complained. He just said que sera sera. I asked him a few years before he passed away if he regretted having kids, because obviously we held him back. He said he only had one regret in life and that was he always wanted to prove that money wouldn't have spoiled him. 



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4 comments:

  1. Isn't it funny we never see our parents as people with goals and dreams when we're kids? And yet they always put us first, no matter what.

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  2. Your father had a great sense of humor.

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  3. That is so touching. He sounds like he was a wonderful man.

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