Friday, March 20, 2009

Rule 35 of 2024 Rules for My Daughter

Dance with every boy who asks you. Accept the first invitation, always. It will make your day and his. Just because you dance with him doesn't mean you have to marry him.

- inspired by Jenn Lovett

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Rule 34 of 2024 Rules for My Daughter

Don't let your fear cripple you. I am not a fan of dogs. In fact, I am scared to death of them. I also hate the dark. I will try to get over this fears and I will not pass them on.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Rule 33 of 2024 Rules for My Daughter

Get a good dog. Forever a friend. A lasting lesson in responsibility. A great pillow or foot warmer in cold weather. A safe guard against wolves at your door.

-inspired by Notes from The Toilet Bowl

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Rule 32 of 2024 Rules for My Daughter

Develop a sense of humor. Laugh. Often. At corny jokes. At yourself. But never let your laughs cause pain to anyone.

-inspired by Notes from The Toilet Bowl

Monday, March 16, 2009

Rule 31 of 2024 Rules for My Daughter

Rule 31. Always say excuse me, please and thank you. The magic words will carry you far in life. Don't forget Yes ma'am and No Sir.

-inspired by panndyra

Friday, March 13, 2009

Rule 30 of 2024 Rules for My Daughter

30. Any amount of time spent with your Grandparents is time well spent.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Rule 29 of 2024 Rules for My Daughter

29. Find a cause or charity and then volunteer to help out. I am a firm believer in karma, what comes around-goes around, do good thing and good things happen, or whatever. You'll feel better about yourself and life.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Rule 28 of 2024 Rules for My Daughter

28. I will try to not tell you how to dress with two exceptions.

A) You can not wear shorts, pants, or anything with writing on the back side.



B) Fingertips. If your clothing is shorter than your fingertips, NOPE!



-inspired by Misadventures of a Newlywed

Rule 27 of 2024 Rules for My Daughter

27. Speaking of Rule 26. Also you should learn some proper self defense. Sign up for a class in high school. If you can't find one I'll help or I know a guy that can teach you: the proper chokehold, arm bar or the proper way to break someone's grip.

-inspired by Wendy Dawson