I don’t know about you but I still try and protect my ‘children’, they are [...]
Families are importantCreated by Jane Jackson in Jane Jackson's Blog
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source Maybe its because my parents divorced when I was 15yrs old, it makes me even more determined to keep the family together. Of course wasn’t successful as far as granddaughter was concerned. I have an older brother who now lives in Australia with his grown up children and grandchildren, he actually left home when he was 24yrs and really never came back, certainly not to live. It broke my Mums’ heart, but she never showed it.
go here I remember the day he left as though it was yesterday, he walked out of the house with nothing but a rack sack, his goal was to basically hitch to Australia! The sadness in my Mums eyes was something I never forgot. She never cried in front of us, but she went straight upstairs and locked herself in the bathroom, and I could hear her gently sobbing. I too felt very alone, my Dad had gone, and now my brother and I didn’t know how to support Mum. We coped, as you have to and got on with life.
تعلم الخيارات الثنائية My brother was terrible at keeping in touch, it was before technology so no email or Skype, he would occasionally write to Mum telling stories of his adventure. He worked his way around the world, prepared to do any sort of work. He worked on a farm, for a while, picking pineapples and he had nowhere to stay, so he just went to sleep where he could, he woke up one morning with a small child shouting, “Mummy, mummy we have a tramp in the garden!”
http://wilsonrelocation.com/?q=forex-rates He had an amazing time and loved travel, he eventually ended up in Papua New Guinea working for a timber company, where he became very succesful. He met his wife while travelling and both their children were born in Papua. They stayed there for many years, he took early retirement and they all went back to Australia, where they still are. I don’t think he ever knew how hurt Mum was when he left home.
It is funny how different I am from him, he loves to travel the world and I am a home bird, with no inclination to go anywhere! Although he made his life on the other side of the world, he still calls our home, home. I still live in the house we all grew up in.
I started by saying how my family are my reason for being here, and I really do believe that. Families are the bedrock of our society, and I do think that sometimes we take them for granted and do not value them as we should. We have a whole generation of children growing up in broken homes, not knowing the importance of family values and not having that security of family.
We have our children, we teach them how to grow their wings and fly independently, but we are always here for them whenever they need us.