Thanks, Kyle. I'm not quite up to ISM's quality, but I can don alright for
a redneck!! LOL
>My God, but that was well put, Bobby!
>From: St. John's University Cerebral Palsy List
>[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Bobby Greer
>Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 1999 6:15 PM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: New Member/walking
>"While we can hold on to resentments of what our mom's did or didn't do for
>us, we can also just move on and do what we need for ourselves. I
>se ramblings but again thanks for
>all the different POV."
>I think it is sad that we have to blame parents for anything. It's the
>weakest kind of cop out, IMHO. My parents were dirt farmers who migrated to
>a city due to hard times. They just happened on to the brightest
>neurosurgeon in Texas and he treated for nothing from the time I was three
>until I was 21. He also lecture to my graduate school class! Did my parents
>do some things wrong? YES Did my parents do some things right? Yes Do I
>blame my parents for their "mistakes"?
>Only if I am a whining fool.
>Elaine is in a "damned if you do, damned if you don't" position, as I see
>can sit back and "Monday morning" quarterback, but she and her child must
>live their lives which entails making tough decisions at times. I am a
>adopted child had sixteen plastic and orthopedic surgical procedures. Did
>we do everything right? Hell no! Is she a happy person today? By the Grace
>of God, Yes.
>Life is like a poker game, the trick is to play the cards you are dealt the
>best way you know how and then don't whine about it!!