Accept who you are. Unless you're a serial killer. ~Ellen DeGeneres
With the recent posts of those passing away, I feel like my blog has become an obituary. I truly want to pay my respects and share stories to those who have passed, yet I need to find humor in the every day.
First, I must say, by writing this post I mean absolutely no disrespect. It's just something I've notice, as did mom, and I wanted to share. I find dad funny and it's how he is and that's the way it is. I take no offense to dad's ignorance, just plain humor in his cluelessness.
Most people have a tendency to omit details and not pay attention to others, and yet there are others with this wonderful talent for such details. I'm referring to specifics such as likes and dislikes with respect to food, their favorite color, their favorite music group or hobby and the list goes on and on. Even those are pretty big items most people are aware of with close family and friends. But what about the smaller, sometimes unknown finer points about a persons personality or habits? Usually they are commonplace with close family, right?
Dad has no trouble keeping tabs on deer season, turkey season or fishing season. Those are pretty standard times of the year, and I too can give a guess without looking up exact dates. However, dad has this unique talent for naming specifics when it comes to those activities. He can tell me what rifle I was using two years ago, what rifle shot what point deer and who made the shot. He can tell me what grain of power is in my shells, Kyles and his and what he used the previous year and how each one shot. He can name each location in four different counties where Ryan and him shot deer, my mom, my sister, Kyle and even me, for all the years we've been hunting! Seriously no joke! Our Hunting Adventures...New York, Our Hunting Adventures...New York Continued. He can do the same for small game and fishing. Actually, it's pretty amazing. This talent has yet to slow down, he's still that sharp.
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