Friday, May 30, 2008

Proud Parent

My daughter lives in NC and I live in Pennsylvania. She is an Art Teacher and was voted Teacher of the Year where she is at. I am a pretty proud parent. She has 3 children with a 4th on the way. To celebrate her award she is taking her kids and going for ice cream. That is the problem with living so far away. I do not get to go for those celebratory ice cream trips. With the way the economy is a lot of parents and their children have to put up with being long distance families. With the gas prices the way they are it will be difficult for travel also. I usually do a 2 week summer trip and she and her family come in for Christmas. It will be difficult to do this year. Still, there are those great phone calls and thank goodness for email. What I am thinking is that we enjoy family time when we can and we try always to be supportive no matter how many miles are between us. So love your family as much and as long as you can. Maybe I can't go for that ice cream trip but I can have a milkshake and toast her award just where I am. If you have any proud parent stories let me know I would love to hear them.

3 comments:

Claudia said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog claudiawrites. I was a bit shocked when I read your profile as I, too, am 55, a Libra, and then I read here that your daughter is an art teacher and I am, too, and then the icing on the cake was that you ride a motorcycle...so do we...and finally, and I know you won't believe me, but it's true, one of my husband's nicknames for me is chumly...no, I really mean it. I hope you will stop by my blog often as I update regularly. I've read everything current on yours and it's just too weird, all the commanalities we have. Please email me sometime...

Jonathan Coit said...

Chumly,
Thank you for your comments. Artist block is the worst. I have experienced writers and artist block and it is horrible and makes you feel very under creative.

sonata anak kancil said...

thanks for your comment on my blog asam garam kehidupan - in Malaysian Language (means daily events in our life).Those pictures were taken during my holiday.