Thursday, March 30, 2006

Career

I have been internally debating with myself this morning. I have been trying to decide in which format to bring you 3 or 4 posts that are not that related, per se, but segue into one another quite nicely. I could break them up and link to posts as needed, or I could create one longer post with all the material I have swimming through my head presently. The latter would present itself to the reader in a much nicer format. The one main drawback of the one long post debate, is that until everything is down, you, good reader, will enjoy none of it. With that being said, my decision is made. I will seperate my thoughts and try as best I can to break them into seperate posts. Here we go.

On my way home from work yesterday, theWife told me of a little conversation she had just had with theDaughter. She has been seeing a chiropracter for the last month or so, in fact I just started going to him yesterday as well (more on that in a seperate post). As it turns out the chiropracter, let's just start calling him theDoc, has a son who is one year older than theDaughter. theWife was joking around with theDaughter yesterday, telling her about this boy, but theDaughter wanted nothing to do with him. I believe theWife said her words went something like:
theDaughter: I need to work on my career first.
So what does Dad think of his 7 year old today? I could not be more proud. That's my girl.

5 comments:

Orikinla Osinachi said...

Two thumbs up to your daughter.

She knows her priorities.

God bless.

Dave2 said...

It depends on the career... I probably wanted to be a starship captain at seven years old. :-)

Mon said...

Smart girl you are raising!!

theMike said...

Thanks, and I would rather she becomes a starship captain, than just another object of a boy's attention like some of the kids I will talk about in my next post.

Jetting Through Life said...

My daughter is the same way... But only 4!!

Take care!! Hope you are seeing a good doc! I have a great one in Avon!

XXOO,
JTL