Now, as an adult, all day long I dealt with people—friends, coworkers, relatives—who never really said what they were thinking. The more time I spent with my dad in those first couple months back home, the more grateful I started to feel for the mixture of honesty and insanity that characterized his comments and personality.
Note: I judge my parents differently after growing up as well.
On My First Day of Kindergarten “You thought it was hard? If kindergarten is busting your ass, I got some bad news for you about the rest of life.”
Note: haha. That's what I say to those whining people.
No, you can’t go getting mad at people because they’re shitty. Life will get mad at them, don’t worry.”
Note: thats what always say as well! I love this Dad!
“Cheating’s not easy. You probably think it is, but it ain’t. I bet you’d suck more at cheating than whatever it was you were trying to do legitimately.”
Note: I will tell that to my kids.