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Posted: 5/30/2014 7:05 PM

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daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao
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Posted: 5/30/2014 7:22 PM

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You're growing old. Remember though that the alternative, dying young, sucks worse.


BTW, can't you ask your daughter to get a women's BBall scholarship to ND?




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rbiddie wrote: daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao

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Posted: 5/30/2014 7:33 PM

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Hey congrats!  Remember, when one door closes, another one opens.



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Posted: 5/30/2014 8:22 PM

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Careful, dude. You're bordering on "Creepy Dad" territory with that behavior.
rbiddie wrote: daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao


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Posted: 5/30/2014 9:20 PM

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Softball would have been her speed, I coached her for two seasons, she was a pretty formidable catcher, she planted a girl trying to steal home on a pass ball, I will never forget her diving and stopping the girl on a dime about 2 feet in front of home, no one ever tried to steal home on a pb ever again.
NDIRISH1969 wrote: You're growing old. Remember though that the alternative, dying young, sucks worse.


BTW, can't you ask your daughter to get a women's BBall scholarship to ND?




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rbiddie wrote: daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao
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Posted: 5/30/2014 9:28 PM

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Nah, she knows I am not like that. I have been planning on going back to school for quite some time but I am stuck at home taking care of my almost 79 year old mom who is starting to forget things, I do more of the online stuff but I want to get my AA in Computer Science at the JC level, cheap. transfer to a four year to earn my BS degree then to grad school for Masters  and maybe work towards a Doctorate in CS maybe dual I will just run dual degrees all they way in both CS and Physics. Anywho, If I am up to the challenge I will be the oldest person to graduate from ND and work in the Physics department. I might be almost 60 by then but hey. Every journey begins with a single footstep.

More importantly, I will earn a degree from ND.
GoldRushND wrote: Careful, dude. You're bordering on "Creepy Dad" territory with that behavior.
rbiddie wrote: daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao

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Posted: 5/30/2014 10:59 PM

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Congrats to you and your daughter, R.
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Posted: 5/31/2014 12:33 PM

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Ive got 12 years before I have to worry about this.  My step daughter who I raise as my own just graduated Kindergarten yesterday.  So for me...Its just begun.  Great idea of taking classes with her, I never thought about that before and If It comes down to It, seems like a solid fallback plan at the very least. 
rbiddie wrote: daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao

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Posted: 5/31/2014 1:22 PM

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When my 4 kids left home I was sad.  At first.  When they came back I couldn't wait for them to leave again.  Now I have my grandson living with us while he attends grad school at the University of Buffalo.  It never stops.  You can lock the door but they still find a way to get back in.

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Posted: 5/31/2014 8:45 PM

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Haha, you sound like the Rudy of Physics.  Do you have a best friend that died in a factory accident and an ex girlfriend who now goes with your brother?  I kid, I kid.  But seriously dude, good for you! GO FOR IT! 
rbiddie wrote: Nah, she knows I am not like that. I have been planning on going back to school for quite some time but I am stuck at home taking care of my almost 79 year old mom who is starting to forget things, I do more of the online stuff but I want to get my AA in Computer Science at the JC level, cheap. transfer to a four year to earn my BS degree then to grad school for Masters  and maybe work towards a Doctorate in CS maybe dual I will just run dual degrees all they way in both CS and Physics. Anywho, If I am up to the challenge I will be the oldest person to graduate from ND and work in the Physics department. I might be almost 60 by then but hey. Every journey begins with a single footstep.

More importantly, I will earn a degree from ND.
GoldRushND wrote: Careful, dude. You're bordering on "Creepy Dad" territory with that behavior.
rbiddie wrote: daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao



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Posted: 5/31/2014 10:48 PM

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This. Yea, really, think about it.
GoldRushND wrote: Careful, dude. You're bordering on "Creepy Dad" territory with that behavior.
rbiddie wrote: daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao
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Posted: 6/1/2014 12:00 PM

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No but I do have a ex wife that likes to try and hang out with my cousins like they are best friends.




KBags wrote: Haha, you sound like the Rudy of Physics.  Do you have a best friend that died in a factory accident and an ex girlfriend who now goes with your brother?  I kid, I kid.  But seriously dude, good for you! GO FOR IT! 
rbiddie wrote: Nah, she knows I am not like that. I have been planning on going back to school for quite some time but I am stuck at home taking care of my almost 79 year old mom who is starting to forget things, I do more of the online stuff but I want to get my AA in Computer Science at the JC level, cheap. transfer to a four year to earn my BS degree then to grad school for Masters  and maybe work towards a Doctorate in CS maybe dual I will just run dual degrees all they way in both CS and Physics. Anywho, If I am up to the challenge I will be the oldest person to graduate from ND and work in the Physics department. I might be almost 60 by then but hey. Every journey begins with a single footstep.

More importantly, I will earn a degree from ND.
GoldRushND wrote: Careful, dude. You're bordering on "Creepy Dad" territory with that behavior.
rbiddie wrote: daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao
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Posted: 6/1/2014 12:15 PM

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lmao, The taking the same classes and stuff was a joke, relax.

I would never take the same classes as my daughter.

First off, I would never embarrass her like that.

Secondly, I do not want to do all her homework to make sure she passes.

Third she needs to grow as a person, you can only do that by experiencing life first hand, not someone holding your hand and walking you through everything.

And one last thing, I want her to want the best for herself, she can only achieve that by believing in her self and seeing with her own two eyes that she can walk alone in her journey, she knows I will be there for the bumps and scrapes and offer her help if she ever falls, but ultimately, she is the one who decides the path she takes.

rapidan wrote: This. Yea, really, think about it.
GoldRushND wrote: Careful, dude. You're bordering on "Creepy Dad" territory with that behavior.
rbiddie wrote: daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao
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Posted: 6/1/2014 7:18 PM

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congrats to your daughter. i'm graduating on the 12th (high school)
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Posted: 6/1/2014 7:51 PM

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Congratulations, Buckeye! Good luck in your next step.
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Posted: 6/1/2014 9:44 PM

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Wow man, grats. I honestly thought all this time you were mid twenties.

Here's to your future, may you find success in whatever you chose to do, nothing is impossible if you chose to accept the challenge.
Buckeye62 wrote: congrats to your daughter. i'm graduating on the 12th (high school)
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Posted: 6/2/2014 8:41 AM

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Glad to see this post.

It is a father's responsibility to embarass his teenage daughters on a regular basis, but that needs to stop around the end of high school.
rbiddie wrote: lmao, The taking the same classes and stuff was a joke, relax.

I would never take the same classes as my daughter.

First off, I would never embarrass her like that.

Secondly, I do not want to do all her homework to make sure she passes.

Third she needs to grow as a person, you can only do that by experiencing life first hand, not someone holding your hand and walking you through everything.

And one last thing, I want her to want the best for herself, she can only achieve that by believing in her self and seeing with her own two eyes that she can walk alone in her journey, she knows I will be there for the bumps and scrapes and offer her help if she ever falls, but ultimately, she is the one who decides the path she takes.

rapidan wrote: This. Yea, really, think about it.
GoldRushND wrote: Careful, dude. You're bordering on "Creepy Dad" territory with that behavior.
rbiddie wrote: daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao
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Posted: 6/2/2014 10:49 PM

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rbiddie wrote: Nah, she knows I am not like that. I have been planning on going back to school for quite some time but I am stuck at home taking care of my almost 79 year old mom who is starting to forget things, I do more of the online stuff but I want to get my AA in Computer Science at the JC level, cheap. transfer to a four year to earn my BS degree then to grad school for Masters  and maybe work towards a Doctorate in CS maybe dual I will just run dual degrees all they way in both CS and Physics. Anywho, If I am up to the challenge I will be the oldest person to graduate from ND and work in the Physics department. I might be almost 60 by then but hey. Every journey begins with a single footstep.

More importantly, I will earn a degree from ND.
GoldRushND wrote: Careful, dude. You're bordering on "Creepy Dad" territory with that behavior.
rbiddie wrote: daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao
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Posted: 6/2/2014 11:24 PM

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Yeah I'll try to remember this when I'm elbow deep in baby dookie in a month.

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Posted: 6/2/2014 11:26 PM

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Hey now, do not forget to sign the adoption papers tomorrow at 11 am. I am looking forward to meeting my new adopted dad.
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rbiddie wrote: Nah, she knows I am not like that. I have been planning on going back to school for quite some time but I am stuck at home taking care of my almost 79 year old mom who is starting to forget things, I do more of the online stuff but I want to get my AA in Computer Science at the JC level, cheap. transfer to a four year to earn my BS degree then to grad school for Masters  and maybe work towards a Doctorate in CS maybe dual I will just run dual degrees all they way in both CS and Physics. Anywho, If I am up to the challenge I will be the oldest person to graduate from ND and work in the Physics department. I might be almost 60 by then but hey. Every journey begins with a single footstep.

More importantly, I will earn a degree from ND.
GoldRushND wrote: Careful, dude. You're bordering on "Creepy Dad" territory with that behavior.
rbiddie wrote: daughter is graduating high school tonight. I am torn by this event, I fear her growing up and it leaves only my youngest who just finished her junior year of high school as my last child that forced to live at home. While I am sad to see my daughter grow into a adult, I am very proud of her and what she has accomplished thus far.

Oh and for the heck of it, I register for Fall classes at the same JC she is going to attended in August, I did so I could ask her if she wants to car pool together. lol, I think she almost feinted when I told her. She was like WHaaaaat. lol

I am purposely going to take the same classes, I told her we could be lab partners. lmao

She now thinks her old man is having a midlife crisis and really needs a girlfriend. lmao
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