In the end we will all find our way. I’m not sure if cajoling or encouraging makes much difference really.
Well we have to find our own way in life but I think we do take more notice of parents than we realised as young people. Regards Mark.
Perhaps. I guess it’s always hard to know for sure!
I agree with Chris on that, and it’s interesting how things pan out anyway. It’s not always what we’re expecting. Nice one, Mark! 🙂
Or what is hoped for of us perhaps but we turn out ok, hopefully. Thanks Tony. Looking forward to seeing what you will do with the script.
Mine was a bit of a storyteller and remains so to this day!
As with mine, also!
There’s a bit more relaxation about things once one’s kids are on their own and no longer underfoot. This is a sweet one. Like his mustache….!
I’m chuckling at your comment especially about the moustache depiction. Thanks Jana.
I love the fact he’s reading Murdoch!
Ah, I’m really pleased you picked upon on that and, whilst it may seem a strange choice for an adolescent male, I did read Murdoch’s work as a teenager. Thanks Maureen, regards Mark.
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