#19: Teach her how to change a flat tire. A tire without air need not be a major panic inducing event in her life. She'll still call you crying the first time it happens.
#42: Let her know she can always come home. No matter what.
#44: Write her a handwritten letter every year on her birthday. Give them to her when she goes off to college, becomes a mother herself, or when you think she needs them most.
50 Rules for Dads of Daughters
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Work today was great but long, and then I had a good hard workout: 3×30sec heavy. It’s been quite a while since I’ve done this, but I wanted to jump right back into these hard workouts even though Will isn’t here to push me hard this off season. I will just have to push myself without him. Maybe some of my teammates will want to come train with me some once I have a schedule down. Here was today’s workout:
- Lunge R, L, 45lb bar + 20lb per side = 85lb
- GHR at 60°, 25lb
- GHR at bottom
- Standing hamstring, 25lb
- Push up
- Pull up
- Curl, little, light bar with 15lb per side = 40lb or 45lb
I felt good, which is an encouraging way to start the week. I also read some good verses tonight. Evidently it was a good day for reading interesting stuff!
Proverbs 12:25 Anxiety in the heart of man causes depression, but a good word makes it glad.
I am so thankful I have good fiends who speak to my heart when I start feeling anxious; I could not do life without Jesus, and I am so grateful He’s given me such strong, solid friends—I have a few precious ones who will be strong for me when I am just needing someone to be strong so I can be weak and need someone. I love those dear, precious friends.
Also, I think someone should start a mail deliver business—not like UPS or Fed-Ex, but rather like the USPS. Word has it that they might be going out of business, and I am sure that people will always be needing mail to be delivered, so it sounds like there will be a need soon. And since it will be about a year, now is the time to start thinking of a business plan and getting clients, customers, and things together!