Like Father, Like Daughter
When I moved back home upon completing my masters degree, I began to worry that I was turning into my mother. We look alike, we dress alike (thanks to her seemingly endless supply of clothes-I-like-better-than-mine) and people mistake us for sisters all the time. It’s not that I don’t like my mom- she and my dad are both the youngest in their families so I usually tell people they’re “52 going on 25”–but still, distancing oneself from one’s parents is a rite of passage.
Lately, however, I realized it’s not my mom that I should be worried about. It’s my dad. (Click here to continue reading– it’s my latest for Metropolis– and check back tomorrow morning for the one-week countdown till my visit with Date #7!)
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One Response to “Like Father, Like Daughter”
The article is hilarious!
And, as another crazy-dog-person… you look less like the crazy-friendly person if you bring your dog on these dog-meeting walks 😛 I try to not approach dog owners too often, but if my dog is with me, then it isn’t because I absolutely have to pet the 3 month old chocolate lab… it’s because I want to socialize my dog 😉