Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
My daddy doesn’t get ,mad at me very often.
Gosh, golly, shucks, he doesn’t get mad very often at anybody.
But, one thing does make him mad every time. That’s a lousy why five connection. (Ed: wi-fi).
He’s funny. He yells sometimes at in ants and mates objects. (Ed: inanimate objects). It doesn’t do any good but it seems to make him feel better.
I am alive. He’s more taller than ants with me. (Ed: tolerant)
He works online and a why five? (Ed: see above) connection is fun and mental. (Ed: fundamental).
When he teaches he needs it, too. Like today at a workshop he did in Free Willy. (Ed: Fremont).
Today the why five hardly worked. And he was mad.
I am glad I wasn’t there. Sometimes he yells at me, even it’s not my fault.
And, to think he tells me I need to grow up.
Look who’s talking.
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