Monday, May 12, 2008

Robino and Chrissy

I think I could possible have the 2 greatest parents ever. Yesterday just talking on the phone with them was so great. I miss that I don't live closer to them. Plus my poor mom lives with all boys and every one knows boys don't help nearly as much as girls. My mom is the hardest worker I know. She always has a cool head and never gets to upset at anything. She has been such an amazing example to me growing up and I wish I could be more like her.

I wasn't going to admit this ( but I'm sitting here eating Good and Plenty's so I thought it'd be an appropriate time) but the other night Joe and I decided I am my dad through and through. You may ask what does Good and Plenty's have to do with it but I got my appetite from my dad and he loves Good and Plenty's. Not that it's a bad thing but I wish I was more care free like my mom. Sometimes I may get a little irrational and jump to conclusions but its not my fault it's in my genes. I love going to the movies in the theaters just like my dad. I could probably go just about every other night if it wasn't so expensive. I always made fun of my dad when he'd ask someone where they were from and then immediately ask if they knew so and so. Sadly I have begun to do it but not as much it's just a matter of time before it gets bad. I have the sweetest sweet tooth just like my dad. All I'm saying is if I gain about 20 pounds it's due to my dad.

Growing up I always told myself I would never be like my parents. But I don't think anyone can avoid it. I think I'm a mixture of the two about 90% dad 10% mom. Not a very even mixture but I'm there. I love those 2!


J. Brewster said...


Start practicing throwing those knives at your kids at Thanksgiving dinner so you can be like dad!

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Chris & Breanne said...

It's not a bad thing. It's a good thing to be like your parents! Remember our conversation last night at the boys soccer game about it? :) You are great just the way you are Tor! Love Ya!

The Alvords said...

I love Chris and Robbin too. You are lucky to have such fun parents.