Friends, our contributor group is a special collective of talented, loving, thinking folks. In our short time together, I’ve become very endeared to them. It might be because when people write, you see their souls. And, reading their souls each night has made me feel close to them – even though I don’t spend much time with them. In a few weeks (or perhaps longer), one of our contributors will be revealing a project he’s been working on; it’s a contest of sorts, and is a cool thing. He’s given me permission to preview a few of the images attached to this project. They are simply photos, with life statements for parents regarding their daughters. I hope you enjoy the preview glimpse, and I look forward to when he’s ready for the “big reveal.” – Red Dirt Kelly, on behalf of [michael]
Michael Mitchell is an (almost) thirty-something dad who blogs daily tips and life lessons for dads of daughters at lifetoheryears.com. While consuming copious quantities of life from a glass that’s usually half-full, he spends the majority of his days trying to balance his efforts to be a good husband & dad, a man of God, a professional raiser of philanthropic funds, and a defender of all things awesome. On the rare occasion he’s not tied up with all of that, he enjoys fighting street gangs for local charities and stuff like that.
7 thoughts on “Mission Statements for the Essence of Parent-Daughter Living”
Thanks! I can’t take credit for most of them… I just find them and share.
My dad taught me to change a flat. I only did it twice, but was really grateful to know how.
Knowing when to engage and when to back-off with a teenage girl – in my experience, always backoff when she is over the top emotionally, unless she will let you give her a hug or if her life is in danger. Sometimes, she just needs space and sometimes she needs you to sympathize and sometimes she needs you to stabalize.
Great advice Donna! I’ll have to remember that in 12 years. 🙂
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