Your Father Knows What You Need Before You Ask Him.
I remember when I and my sister joined a convent school in Faizabad we were not able to mingle with other kids, and the reason was our English. Our writing was good but speaking gave us a hard time. We could not survive in that school and moved to a government school where English was not the main subject.
When I joined coaching for MCA than I really felt the need of speaking English and it's use. I tried hard with all the ways my father taught us and managed to get admission in JNU. This was his proudest moment ever to see his daughter standing in the top position in entrance exams result which were considered to be the toughest one in India. Then I realized how much effort he had put in our upbringing. I still remember that moment and his happy face.
A good father will leave his imprint on his daughter for the rest of her life - Dr James Dobson
Contributing this post to Corinne's #MondayMusing. I am loving this as I take out my anger, love, frustration whatever it is, and feel free.
As Louise hay say "I set you free and I set myself free".