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"Murphy was an optimist!"

Sarah did a doubletake! October 9, 2006 9:42 am

Posted by Doug McCaughan in : Daily Life, Family, Of Being Dad, Sarah
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Sarah is one of those "must contain all my emotion inside and always look morose" teenagers. She refuses to say "I love you" to anyone and conversation with the parents is totally uncool. Although I have minimized the amount of NPR listening when she is in the car I still force her to hear a little bit about what is happening in the world. She does her best to ignore me.

As I dropped her off at school this morning I chimed out, "Have a nice day Sarah! I love you!" then as she got out my autotomic brain spouted out, "Have a nice day Noah." Sarah had already begun closing the door and instead of running from the car as quickly as possible like normal, she stopped, turned back to car, opened the door and gave me the quirkiest look wordlessly declaring, "you are the craziest dad in the world!" then went off to school with a smile on her face.

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1. LissaKay - October 9, 2006

I used to have a morose and silent teenage daughter. I now have a 16 year old drama queen. I don’t know which one drives me battier.

2. Reality Me » TIA - October 9, 2006

[…] Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding (Sarah) […]


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