I’m sure this happens more often than not. It certainly happened to me!

As kids, we just didn’t respect the wisdom our parents had in the decisions they made about what we could or could not do. We just wanted total freedom to do whatever or go wherever we desired.

Then we become adults and have children of our own, and suddenly, we realize how smart our parents really were—we become our parents. In today’s world, that’s a good thing!


Tom Tatum – Author – 2016

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8 responses to “PARENTS DON’T KNOW MUCH

  1. Hola! I’ve been reading your website for some time now and
    finally got the bravery to go ahead and
    give you a shout out from Humble Tx! Just wanted to tell you keep up
    the excellent work!


    • Jason, I appreciate your comment, but I must ask—why were you hesitant about making a comment? Which posts have you viewed? I invite you to sign up to receive an email when new posts are added. Have a great day in Humble, Texas and I hope you visit the blog often.


  2. Vicki Rdgz-Chvz

    Thanks for sharing some insight of how family history repeats. Proudly representing one’s parents is what makes the diversity of America great! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  3. great post and quote

    Liked by 1 person

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