21DPC Day 5 – What Do/Did You Love Most About Your Mom/Dad?

This is Day 5 of the 21-Day Positivity Challenge (21DPC) for Mar 2012. View all posts made during the challenge: 21DPC Overview.

21-Day Positivity Challenge for March 2012!

Hello everyone, and welcome to Day 5 of 21-Day Positivity Challenge (21DPC)! :D

The sign ups are now officially closed and we have a total of 596 official participants registered for 21DPC!! :clap: Welcome to all of you who are on board – for those who are new, start off with Day 1 and catch up with us from there. For those of you who have been on the challenge since the start, read on! :D

Have You Been Doing the Positivity Tasks *and* Positive-End-of-Day-Reflections?

I noticed that a small handful of participants have only been answering the positivity questions but missing out on the positivity tasks (and some missing out on the end-of-the-day reflection as well).

Do you know that there has actually been a small positivity task assigned for each day, on top of the positivity question and end-of-day reflection?

By only doing 1/3 or 2/3s of the challenge, you’re missing out on the full challenge experience, which is a great pity because you’re denying yourself of the full benefits you can get if you were to do the challenge fully! I highly encourage all of you to strive to complete all 3 segments of each day’s tasks. After all, since you’re already here for 21DPC, why not take it all the way and complete each day’s tasks to the fullest? ;) You will be pleasantly surprised by the benefits you will get from committing yourself fully, vs. a half-hearted approach where you scrap the surface of each day’s task just in the name of participation.

For those of you who have already been completing all 3 tasks for each day to a tee (you know who you are!) – Fantastic work! I’ve been very amazed by the incredible energy of all of you. A good handful of you have even been going beyond your standard participation of the challenge – you have been venturing to other participants’ responses, reading them with great care, and engaging them in discussions. I say that is AMAZING. :D

Keep up the fantastic spirit – we are now starting on a brand new week (Day 5 = March 5 = Monday). Let’s start this new week on a roaring note! :D

21DPC Day 5 Question

Today’s positivity question is:

What Do/Did You Love Most About Your Mom/Dad?

Love between Mother and Daughter

Your Task:

  1. Reflect and answer today’s question(s). Write as few or as many words as needed to fully express your thoughts. There is no word limit.
  2. Do something nice for your mom/dad today.
    • It can be anything – from cooking a meal for them, to taking them out for dinner, to talking to them, to hugging them, to saying a simple thank you, to watching TV with them, to buying them something special which they’ve been meaning to get, and so on. In your reply for today, let us know what you chose to do and share with us their response, if you wish.
    • If you have been meaning to improve your relationship with your parents, you may find this series on PE helpful: How To Improve Your Relationship With Your Parents (4-part series).
  3. Reflect on your parents’ message to you.
    • If both your parents have already passed on (my heart goes out to you), think about what is the biggest message they wanted to convey to you while they were alive. And today, embody that message in the highest possible manner through your thoughts, your actions, and your very being.
  4. Identify at least one positive thing about your day. It may be something small or something big – as long as you deem it as something positive, it counts. If you have more than 1 thing to share, then by all means, go for it!

Share Your Answers!

After you are done, share your answers in the comments area.

If you’re doing this at the start of the day, you can post your answer for today’s question first, then return at the end of the day to answer the 2nd part, on identifying at least one positive thing about your day.

Check out other participants’ answers. Pick 1-2 participants’ answers and make a meaningful reply to them. Engage in the discussions. This is a group course, so let’s support each other in these 21 days!

Look forward to reading your responses!



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  1. Celes says:

    Hey everyone, Day 5′s positivity task is to do something nice for your mom/dad/parents; For those whose parents have passed on, it’s to reflect on the message your parents had for you and to embody that to the fullest. Read the post above for more details.

    On top of answering the positivity question and the positive end-of-day reflection, be sure to do the positivity tasks as well. Let us know how it goes at the end of the day!

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  2. Michelle says:

    My favorite thing about my mom was her ability to persevere. She struggled with addiction her whole life, and regardless of the effects that had on me, she still came out on top. Her strength amongst her struggles is admirable. I am so very proud of her and so happy that we have the relationship we do in spite of all that has passed between us. I can only hope I have some portion of her inner will to survive.

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    • Ffion says:

      I admire your mother’s strength :) It’s great to see someone who’s managed to change their life around. Wishing you both all the best in life :heart:

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  3. Vasundhara says:

    What I love Most About Your Mom/Dad

    The aspect which i love and admire about my dad was the freedom which he gave me in all aspects of my life and the belief which he had on me. .. With regard to mom, have no words to say, as she was there by my side in all my tough times, helped me to come out of any grief and tough situation and gave me courage to face all situations… I love my mom cooking :) and cleanliness and advance planning of dad.. :)

    I love them a lottt..:)

    Positive thing about today :

    Even though i am away from parents, this question made me to think about my parents :) and also the things which they have done to me to bring me to this position…. This itself i consider to be the more positive aspect for the day :)

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    • Elezhara says:

      Whow, I feel like you´re describing my parents!!!! Seriously. Well except for the advance planning part (my mom is the specialist in my case).
      I´m also away from home and I miss them a lot too. :heart:

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  4. stacey_dream says:

    My mom is my best friend, my sister and my teacher – she’s everything to me! The best thing about her, I’d say, is her open mind – she doesn’t take anything for granted and allows people (ex. me) be themselves, even if it means doing something she doesn’t approve of. I really wish she met your perfect match – it’s terribly hard to see such a wonderful person being so lonely and disappointed. She doesn’t believe she will meet the right man, even though she is always the center of attention. I know she will have a happy marriage soon, it just must be so. I’m doing my best to be a supportive and loving child, no matter what!

    One good thing that happened to me today – I finally managed to see The Shawshenk Redemption! This movie is STRONG! Need time to think it over. But I love quality films, that’s why I take it as an extremely positive thing :)

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    • Elezhara says:

      The Shawshank Redemption is one of my favourite movies ever!! I´ve seen it at least 5 times and every time I watch it I discover something I hadn´t noticed before. There are a lot of lessons to learn from it, and the ending is just soooo beautiful.

      I wish luck to your mom, I´m sure she´ll find the perfect man for her, sometimes it just takes some time, true love is not something that comes everyday.

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  5. Ffion says:

    That they’re so incredibly supportive and love us kids no matter what. They do their absolute best to give us everything they can in life and invest a lot in our education. Also that they’re both highly admirable people.

    Whatever my or my sibling’s interests, we’ve always have our parent’s full support. We’d be sent to courses and classes regarding our interests, had music lessons, were given musical instruments or other gear necessary to participate and were always encouraged to stick to the things we loved.

    My Dad is an absolutely fantastic person. He’s very kind and patient with people and always strives to make the best out of life. He’s always there to help when we need a hand, whether it’s me when programming a new website, or my siblings when they need desperate help with their maths homework. He can keep his cool, (despite his quick temper with technology :D) and make sensible and helpful decisions even in difficult situations. He’s very friendly and outgoing anf I love that the wrinkles around his eyes label him as a person who smiles and laugh a lot. He has a very friendly, happy face. He also works very hard to make it possible for us to live well and be able to do everything we like.

    What impresses me most about my mum is that she completely managed to turn her life around a couple of years back. She basically became a new person. She used to be overweight, constantly tired, fatigued and anxious.

    She started going to Weight Watchers and threw herself into it with all her heart. She asked for a bike for her birthday and started biking everywhere. The weight started to roll off and my mum started doing more and more excercise, Pilates, walking, jogging. Last year we even participated in our local 5km run :) She’s become very health-conscious and is no longer constantly fatigued and worries a lot less. She tries to get our whole family to live healthier and tries to cook good healthy food whenever possible. Recently she’s started buying loads of organic stuff.

    I’m amazed at the new person she’s become… before, she just felt like my mum, and of course I loved her a lot, but somehow the last few years I’ve really come to appreciate her and I feel she’s become a whole new person with a fantastic personality and I really admire her stregth.

    Also, fantastic job on bringing up 4 fantastic kids to both of them :)

    Good things that happened today:

    Had a kidney infection since Friday, but started fasting yesterday and woke up this morning with the pain in my back almost completely gone.
    I’m basically only one application form away from starting training for my current dream job.
    Nice comments on this challenge once again :) It’s so great to see so many positive thoughts in one place.
    Worked on my project.

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    • Asni says:

      You and your siblings are so fortunate to have parents who are fantastic examples to follow. So blessed.

      I like your positive attitude. It shows in the way you write. And many more good things will come to you with that kind of attitude.

      Hope your kidney infection is now cured and best of luck on your dream job.

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      • Ffion says:

        Thank you so much for your kind words :)

        I’ve gone through a bad phase recently and my positivity has been severely drained :) I’m working hard now bring it back up to where it was before. I’m so glad it appears to be working :) Thank you very very much for your lovely comment. You just made me feel really happy :hug:

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    • Ffion says:

      I gave my mum and dad a massage each for this challenge :)

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  6. faiza says:

    Do something nice for your mom/dad today

    positive task for mother,,,attended patients at her clinic,,in absence of her :p

    smiled to father…most positive thng ;)

    my parents hav done alot to me,,bt due to sum circumstances regarding all dis journey had made me harsh,intolerable and angry young lady,,i want to feel positive for them ,,fighting for this for several yrs,,wanna forgive ma parents,,bt a difficult journey,,anywayz,,love ma parents,,show ma obedience,hope one day ma mind vil be clear…

    positive thng regarding the day…??
    mmmmmm…….nothing…… in fact i am in completely lost of mind state…jst got rid of some ideas who distrb me alot..wrote them all and burnt..i think done a new thing for ma peace of mind….. :shy: :angel:

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    • Asni says:

      You did something nice for your mother and father today and that’s really wonderful. Just take one step a day.

      Sometimes, our parents do not know how to show their love for us other than making sure we have food to eat, a roof over our head, money to buy our school books so that we can study and be independent when they are gone. But deep down in their hearts, they love you. They just don’t know how to show it. Especially Asian parents, from my observation.

      I’m glad you found that writing down those disturbing ideas and then burning them has given you a peace of mind. I think you are a smart girl.

      Hang in there, Faiza! You are good enough. You can do it.

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      • faiza says:

        thanx ASNI …your WORDS healed me alot bcz im extremely pessimist sort of towardz ma life attitudes towards studies,,and all these affected by ma parents so i dnt feel goood,,its barely hard for me to start again a new life…but i want a new life,,im a dreamer with open eyes,,trying to get rid of dese habits….may be some how i get before i die… :angel: :angel:

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        • Asni says:

          Yes, I believe you can, Faiza. You are good enough and you are worthy.

          Look in the mirror and tell that person looking back at you, “I love you.” It may feel odd at first, but you will feel a change gradually. Say it and mean it. As often as you need to.

          If I may suggest, perhaps you can read a motivational blog before you start your day. Besides Celes’ Personal Excellence blog, there is Marc and Angel http://www.marcandangel.com/ and their other blog called http://makesmethink.com/ I find these full of motivation and positive thoughts. I hope you will find inspiration and motivation from them too.

          Please take care and just know that you are loved. If you need to just talk about anything and need someone to reach out to, please visit my blog and contact me from there.

          :heart:

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          • faiza says:

            vil surely visit u….thanx alot…how can i visit the blog….i have downloaded many inspirational thngs bt loose the contact wid ma self :angel: :angel:

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  7. Paige says:

    My mom and dad raised me in a Christian home and I am so grateful. The world is so messed up today and having that foundation keeps me grounded. Today, I had lunch with them and they know how important they are in my life.

    Today, I also made a step in my conscience and asked a question that’s needed to be asked of someone for a while. Though the answer may hurt me, I will at least know the answer.

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    • Tina Davis says:

      Very courageous of you. Sometimes we need to hear difficult things but the good part is that it makes us stronger in the end.

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    • faiza says:

      i also want to gain the conscience…. :( :shy:

      its really important nowadays to stuck up with your roots…basic thngs given to you by your parents…..it wil release half of urs worries :dance: :dance:

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  8. ugi says:

    What Do/Did You Love Most About Your Mom/Dad?

    About my dad, I love the sense of humor he has and the way he uses it in his life, and I appreciate I have received this side of him. I was quite a late addition to the family, he was 43 when I was born, but he treated me so nicely and he spent so quality time with me altough he had to work very long hours to make my future, he tought me how to read, I was able to read when I was 5 years old, much before I started elementary school and I gained one year extra becouse I was attending second class at age of 6 when my friends were doing the first class. He is the reason I love reading so much, which is mainly the fundemental of my academic success. I have postgraduate degree and my older brother is professor at the university, while my father does not have any high school degree. I appreciate so much for his trust in us and promising us that he will do whatever necessary to accomodate our needs for a full degree, and he has kept his promise. Today he is 81 years old and spending most of his time by reading, which he missed a lot during hard working times (fm 5am to 8pm, 7 days a week, 25 years)

    My mom, I love the way she is so strong and capable of doing every kind of management altough she does not have a degree and just a housewife, including school campaigns and site management. She is stronger than anyone I know, she had faced a very big loss before I was born, my sister who was 8 years old died in a car accident, hit by a car and my family had to overcome this pain for a long time, I can not think of the magnitude of the heart pain my mom went through.. Then I was born and she was so caring for me and she gave so much love to me and stood through the life so firmly.. She always had a job for herself, not anything she was paid for, but to what she adored herself for. She always wanted to have driving licence and she finally got it at age of 55, she never gave up. My dad was the one who was earning the money but my mom was the one who was managing it and she did it so well. Now she is 70 years old complaining about her body not able to catch the speed of her plans..:)

    I am proud of both of them becouse they started life with nothing and made a sinergy together (1+1>2), achieved much more than expected from them with what they had in the beginning..They are true goal achievers…

    My plan about doing stg for them

    I plan to buy a present for the new car my mom is going get within a few months, and I will definetely go to see them in a months time (they are living 6 hours away fm where I live)

    Positive thing will follow later becouse my monday has not started yet :p

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    • ugi says:

      my positive thing for early day is
      I got a very nice comment recommending me a movie, and also my collegue brought me a hot cup of tea seeing I am suffering fm throat ache!
      more to follow!

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      • Oscar says:

        Ugi,

        that is so fantastic that your Mum got her licence at 55 and she is going to get a car. Good on her for achieving that goal she set for herself.

        I am 40 so it gives me hope that there are things I can still achieve if I can muster up some of your Mum’s gumption.

        I hope you have a great visit when you go and see your parents and I hope your throat gets better soon.

        Rachel. (Oscar)

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        • ugi says:

          Thank you Rachel (Oscar),

          40 is a very good age to start up things becouse you have a lot of experience already as very strong fundemental onto which you can build up things, even a new life..So just aim to start, baby steps will grow and you will soon look and see you are even ahead of what you targeted

          My best wishes on yr journey and thank you very much for yr good wishes!

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  9. Laurel says:

    I love that my mum is my best friend and so supportive of me. I love that she’s always been someone I can talk to about anything. I love that she’s trusted my ability to make good choices for myself since I was a teenager.

    To show my appreciation, when we went out to the country today, I drove my mum, and took all the scenic routes so she could relax.

    Positive thing today: I got to spend a fun, leisurely day with my mum!

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  10. leslie says:

    I appreciate my dad for his love of travel! Specifically road trips. Because of this, I have definitely developed quite a bit of wanderlust. Him and I traveled by car all over the u.s. when I was a child. He taught me how to read a map (this was before google maps existed!), what road signs meant, and how to check the oil. I am very grateful for these times spent with him and for all i got to see.

    As my dad lives far away, I will give him a call today to see how he is doing.

    My one positive thing for today was getting out of the house (that in itself is a positive) and exploring a new neighborhood which lead me to this fantastic bookstore where i bought a new book i had never heard of before. i love indepedent bookstores and a whole variety of books, so I was happy to stumble upon there and walk out with something i know i will enjoy.

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  11. Susanna says:

    What I love about my mom – right now, not much ;) because I am a teenager and have to face her everyday and basically, she annoyes me a lot. But, of course, I love my mom and especially because she is always there for me, I can rely on her practical help. And I just love her for giving me life, a chance to live in this world? Isn’t that a lot already? I will buy her flowers next week.
    About Dad, first of all, I’ve never really had a stable one. I can say that I had 2 dad, and right now I live with my mom and another stepfather. No stable dad. But I still love my dads. I love my biological father for being a very active, sports-oriented person. He took me bycicle riding through the woods and even on a 36 km marathon when I was 8. Sadly, he died when I was 11 or so. And only after his death I actually appreciated how amazing a person he was. I must admit, I said bad thing to him even when I was very small because I did not like that my mom lived with him, because – hey I have another father. I was very bad and I guess I still have the habit to be mean to people. I’m so sorry. I hope he forgives me.

    My other dad, who I considered my real dad most of my life – is a computer engineer and he was a pretty great father when I was small. He bought me pretty books and did not say no to anything, altought I was shy to ask, anyway. He was not that active but he really loved and cared for me and I am greatful for that. Our relationship now is not very special but I will write him a letter because I don’t know what would be a good present for him.
    Positive today – I went on a 2-hour meditation course in a group, for the first time. And an old man complimented me on having athletic legs, at least someone notices that I’ve been doing sports. :dance:

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  12. Tina Davis says:

    1. Hard-working: While we were by no means rich, my dad always provided for us. He taught me the value of a dollar and how hard work can pay off.

    2. I sent a nice text message. My mom has a cold and my dad is working all day.

    My Daily Positivity:

    The power of a warm smile. Nothing beats it!

    Canadian geese – It’s fun to watch them fly in their V formation. I often wonder why they do that.

    Blue Jays are a beautiful blue bird found in the Northeastern US. I saw two today and it reminded me of the relaxing bird watching I use to do as a child. Need to get back to that….

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    • Asni says:

      Yes, the power of a warm smile — either to receive it or to give it — both ways, feel good.

      You are so fortunate to be living amidst all that nature. Enjoy your bird watching!

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  13. Asni says:

    What Do/Did You Love Most About Your Mom/Dad?
    Unconditional love and giving without expecting anything in return. Although my late mother did not have much education, she did not hesitate to take custody of my two sisters and myself during the darkest moment in her life. She did all kinds of jobs just to bring food on the table and keep us in school. Growing up, with my growing up challenges in a single parent family, she stood by me and in her eyes, I am always perfect. I know I will never have a love like the one she gave me.

    Reflect on your parents’ message to you
    No matter how hard life is, we can still make it as long as we don’t give up. I will pass on this message to all those who cross my path.

    Identify at least one positive thing about your day
    * today is the beginning of a brand new week
    * it rained in the early morning and the air feel cooler and fresh. I feel the earth feels so clean after a rain.
    * watched this youtube video on “Gratitude” http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=nj2ofrX7jAk — “Today is given to you, it’s a gift and the only appropriate response is, gratefulness. Begin by opening your eyes and be surprised that you have eyes that can be opened … look at the sky … look at the faces of people you meet … each one has an incredible story behind their faces … open your heart to all the blessings and let them flow through you, that everyone you will meet on the street today will be blessed by you, just by your eyes, by your touch, by your smile, just by your presence … let the gratefulness overflow and to bless all around you …” part of the message from this youtube video.

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  14. Christina says:

    It was only as an adult that I realized how wonderful my parents were. Even though we often didn’t have much money when I was a child, they always made us feel completely safe and secure. They never saddled us with their problems, and showed us that every problem has a solution. As a result, I can say that I had a nearly perfectly blissful childhood. Because of them, I know it’s completely possible to be “poor but happy.”

    They also instilled all of us with great self-esteem, which has been an incredibly important thing to have while finding our way in the world. They showed me what a great relationship looked like, and brought me up to believe I was worthy of having one. I don’t even know how many problems I avoided because I always felt loved and worthy of being loved.

    Unfortunately, today hasn’t been terribly positive, overall. Mainly because I locked the keys in the truck- oops. Only a $60 mistake! I guess the positive thing is I did have some good chocolate to console me afterwards!

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    • squiggle says:

      I agree with you about how it’s only now I’m an adult that I realise how wonderful my parents are. My relationship with my mother, especially, has just shifted so much since I left home – she’s more like my best friend than my mum, and it’s lovely.

      Good chocolate can solve so many of life’s woes ;)

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  15. Scott1960 says:

    I like my Mom because she’s fun to go golfing with. My Dad was a jerk and has been dead for years. I pay all of my Mom’s bills that is a nice thing I would think. As for a good thing today, I can’t think of anything.

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    • Asni says:

      You are a wonderful son and yes, paying for your mom’s bills is a very nice thing you are doing. Keep it up!

      If I may suggest? Still having your mom in your life, being a wonderful son – those are not only good, but great things in your life. Just being a good son, being there for her – I think that is one of the greatest thing a mom could have.

      You are here today, taking part in this challenge — that’s a good thing. :cool:

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    • Oscar says:

      What do you love most about your Mum?

      What I love most/admire most about my Mum is that she looks like she is this petite 67 year old lady, but she seriously knows how to have a good time, has a good sense of humour and is as strong and independent as all heck :) She has worked hard all of her life (she left school in her early teens) and has worked hard to pay of her home (that she shared with my Dad); She instilled (along with my father) a strong work ethic in us all.

      She has always supported my 2 sisters and I and she will do anything for our family if she is able. She supported my sister in raising my 15 year old nephew for years when my sister was a single parent (and constantly having to deal with the other parent who wanted to be in and out of his life) .She baby sits my cousin’s 2 little one’s so they don’t have to pay as much for childcare and she is planning on looking after my 3 week old nephew if my sister wants to return to work part-time). My other sister is also pregnant and my Mum is planning to be in the delivery room (for the 3rd time) What a trooper lol.

      I also admire her for moving back to the family home when my Dad had a serious car accident (even though they were separated and I know it was extremely hard for her) and she looked after him with such love and care when a few years later he became sick with terminal cancer. She did this pretty much on her own at home with a little help from palliative care because all 3 of us were working at the time (although we all helped whenever and however we could. She has done all of this while living with severe depression (it has run in our family) for most of her life.

      She even participates with our team in the Relay for life and she is one of our best; We are all so proud of her. :hug:

      P.S. she also plays a mean game of Jenga while tipsy lol

      What do you love/admire most about your Dad?

      My Dad and I had a strained,tense relationship for most of my life (I was 37 when he passed away) We would continually butt heads (probably because I see now we were a lot alike lol) When he became sick I learned to let the bad things/times fall away, practice forgiveness and try to see only the positives.

      What I loved and admired most about my Dad is that he didn’t take crap from anybody; he was nobody’s doormat (unlike me; I am the world’s biggest one). He always was not afraid to speak up if he wasn’t happy with something, or to fight for what he believed in.

      He was such a strong and independent man as well and he was a jack of all trades. His nickname we gave him was Macguyver lol

      Even though he wasn’t a very demonstrative man, he did love all of us and showed us this in the ways he knew how. He would help me with repairs/installing things in my and my sister’s units, would do whatever he could when there were things wrong with our cars or needed new bits installed and he really tried to do better with my nephew by doing things like offering to take him to air shows because he loved planes and so did my Dad.

      I also loved that my Dad was a good, honest, hard working man, who even though he battled along with my Mum money wise, we never went without and he always provided for his family no matter what. It’s been 3 years (this January 30) since he died. I still can’t believe he is gone, but the things that he taught us and his legacy in his children and grand children will always stay with our family.
      :heart:

      My nice thing to do with my Mum today was to watch TV together tonight with my sister. We all love The Biggest Loser Australia and My Kitchen rules, so when they were picking on 2 of the young lovebirds in the house (BL) I was telling them they’re evil lol

      Positive thing for today – only need a filling, not an extraction yipee (hate the dentist !!!!!!!! lol)
      :dance:

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    • Oscar says:

      Scott,

      Asni is so right. I really admire that you look after your Mum so well and are by her side/have her back in life. Your Mum is so lucky to have you and you her. My sister had a child with a man who treats his single mother who raised him on her own for over 30 years (when his father skipped out when he found out she was pregnant) like dirt; he has no respect for her at all and he had the gall to move back in when he divorced recently (not once, but twice). You’re a good man and I hope this challenge is just the start of great things for the both of you.

      Rachel (Oscar)

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