Lessons for my daughter
Be all you can be
Actually, this one will apply to my son too.
I want you to try everything you want to try. I want you to grow up
not regretting not having tried things (within reason). I want you to
grow up without thinking once that you can’t.
One of the regrets I have from my childhood is not having taken
dance classes because I felt too fat, not taking singing lessons
because I was too shy, not taking part in any sports because I felt
incapable of doing anything but making a fool of myself.
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