February 21, 2002 Curiosity Killed the Cat If I had to compare my personality to an animal, it would probably be a young cat, or a mountain lion rather. (that just sounds better… ) Cats are widely known for there curiosity, and I am always inquisitive when it comes to doing things. If someone says, “It can’t be done”, I find a way to do it. I am always looking for ways challenge myself to become better. I am an expert at finding loopholes, and I am driven by curiosity.
Most of the things that I do are done because I want to find out if I can do them. I am proud of everything that I have accomplished, but that isn’t enough. I keep looking for more adventures, challenges and knowledge. I think curiosity is powerful, but can sometimes get you into trouble, trust me I know from experience. February 21, 2002 Good Parenting Tips Chapter 1: DON’T PANIC! Believe it or not, I have given this a lot of thought. I often wonder what kind of father I would be.
I love children, but sometimes I just don’t have the patience to teach things. I can’t seem to explain things, I just do them. I remember working in the garage with my dad. He always explained what he was doing when I looked curious and I always wanted to learn. He would take the time to teach me something new, no matter how busy he was. It feels like I learned more in that garage, working with my Dad, than I did anywhere else.
I think that the most important thing to a child is having someone there to give them attention and teach them right from wrong. It’s just that when I’m doing something, I like to do it and get it over with. Sometimes I don’t like to stop and explain things. Although I lack some things, I think that I would be an all around good father. I still love children and love to play with kids. They just seem to be full of life.
Holden's True Love Children: spirited, loveable, cute, and something that a society could not live without. But when ones life is so rotated around children like JD Salinger's Catcher in the Rye character, Holden, one loses all conscious and can only find happiness when with children or thinking about them. Holden can only find genuine love in children, for they have not learned the dreadful ...
However, I don’t know about the diaper changing, and the 3: 00 a. m. wake up calls. I’m not sure I’m ready for all of that.