But you know deep down you do need one man You know the dynamics of the household and your dad is always the first port of call, as your chances of success are almost guaranteed. He's the one that bailed you from your boyfriend's house after that big argument and the one that brought you a dress when you had nothing to wear to the Christmas party. Dads save lives, fact. You haven't got the heart to tell him that you don't think Frasier is funny, so you'll sit through hours of it, and laugh when he laughs, and say things like 'Dad, it's crazy how relevant it still is' whenever you think its required. Even when it's totally not still relevant.
I was just thirteen at that time, but Daddy said I was big and needed to take care of things. She still wanted the teat, but with Momma come sick and all since Junie was born, she had to suckle on one of the momma pigs we had left. We called her Kicker, cuz she would always try to kick baby Junie away when she would try to drink, but after a while Kicker got used to it and would show off her pink belly as soon as she saw Junie come round. She said it was sour, so I never had none of it. We lived on a modest hog farm out in the middle of nowhere with a not much more than a winter barn for the pigs and a rickety house turned all grey from the sun.
So this week I want to dedicate my […]. So this week I want to dedicate my blog to one of my greatest loves of all time. My dad and I have had a special bond since we first laid eyes on each other. I let him think he chose me but really I chose him.