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Tag Archives: parents
- Working out at the gym
- Playing guitar
- Playing clarinet
- Cross stitch
- Horseback riding
- Girl Guides
This is a partial list of the various phases through which I have gone so far in my life. I remember my parents asking, when I was getting into something new, if I was really serious or whether it was just a phase? Somehow in their minds this tied into whether or not it was worth putting money and time into supporting my efforts. I have, in fact, caught myself thinking the same thing when the kids decided they desperately needed calligraphy pens, collections etc. I realize that there are some developmental stages that kids go through which parents only survive by telling themselves, “It’s just a phase, it will pass!” but the thing about the things on my list is I was absolutely serious about all of them. At the time that I was into riding it was all I thought about. I worked hard to learn all I possibly could about horses and riding and there were hours of sweat and labour involved. I loved every minute of it, but then it passed.