a hard lesson to teach

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  1. choppersteve03

    choppersteve03 Premium Member

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    due to osamas untimely experation yesterday, i had to explain to my daughter about what happened on 9-11. and it dawned on me how pure children are, she is 8 years old and knew nothing of terrorists or what they do. i feel a little older now, because i had to educate her on such matters, plus she turns 9 years old on cinco de mayo.FIESTA!!!!:SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC::SNC:
     
  2. Michaelstedman81

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    Lol, I had to have that same conversation with my daughter when she was eight (she is now nine) right before I deployed. You are right. Lol, children are so pure and it does make you feel older..lol I just wish the world would get its crap together so that she can stay pure and not have to go through and witness events like 9/11 and wars.

    Happy bday to your little girl in a few days :)
     
  3. Bro. Bennett

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    My baby girl was 8 when 9/11 happened, I saw the way she lost her innocense, and pray nothing like that ever has to be witnessed again. Happy birthday you your little girl on May 5th, and may God always protect her from the evils that effect this world on a daily basis..
     
  4. Michaelstedman81

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    Very much so, sir! Well said.
     

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