To All You Daddies out there ;)  

palmgirl215 57F
297 posts
6/18/2006 7:32 pm

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6/23/2006 3:36 am

To All You Daddies out there ;)

I am late with this.....But Happy Fathers Day...
I hope that you felt loved, needed, appreciated, adored, warm and fuzzy....today. There's nothing like a "Daddy", "Vater", "Papa", "Padre", "Father"....or whatever you may be referred to. May you realize without you, there would be no "Us".

Lots of Kisses and Respect coming your way from me....

Namaste...Shannon


rm_Denny4169 47M
1 post
6/20/2006 2:48 pm

Thank you. From good old Germany.

I just fell over your Profil, and i must say: If every female was like you there would be no problems on earth.

Hope to hear from you.

Denny


Extramist 58M
14133 posts
6/22/2006 5:34 pm

Does your father love you unconditionally and respect the decisions you have made in your life?

AKA The Clit Whisperer.


palmgirl215 57F

6/22/2006 7:13 pm

Extramist....Yes...my father does love me and accepts, respects and supports me 100%. So did my beloved mother who passed away a mere three years ago and my soul aches daily from the loss. I think that when someone is enlightened and does love and respect someone, then obstacles that come our way can be overcome and even benifit our existance in this World. Ignorance and lack of education has perhaps created many issues for many people causing pain and damage that sometimes is unreparable. Fortunately not one single family member or close family friend has turned their back on me or my family. I am sure that I have caused pain and sometimes realized myself that certain choices were not always the right one, but I have learned, grown and moved forward not allowing myself to dwell on things that I can not change. As far as my choice to allign my body with my mind and soul, I have no regrets and am thankful that there was an alternative to make the corrections that were so necessary.....Namaste...Shannon


Extramist 58M
14133 posts
6/22/2006 10:35 pm

Shannon...you are very fortunate. I would imagine that is not the case for quite a few people who have gone through circumstances similar to your own. My father and I did not have a very good relationship until just a few years before he died. He never turned his back on me but he put me through hell during my formative years. Strength of character is the only thing that enabled me to survive and overcome the abuse...Best wishes and hugs...Jay

AKA The Clit Whisperer.


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