Would you rather your mom or dad gave you more presents or spent more time with you?
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I’d want time, time and time. Presents mean nothing in the memory bank.
Well my dad died almost ten years ago and as far as my mom goes… I love her and all… how much time are we talking about here?
I would want my mom to give me what she doesn’t want to give me. If she doesn’t have time, I’de want her to make time. If she “doesn’t have the money” for a gift, I’de want her to miraculously “find the money”. That may sound a bit harsh or uncaring but I guess what I’m saying is… I want to know that I really am important to my mom.
How sad is that for a 53 year old man to have to say that?
When I was a kid, I would have said, “presents!!”
I would have switched to “time” around age 14.
Well, presents are just nothing really, time is more important, but i can say that i spend a great deal of time with my family, they are the my best friends.
Dylan: Presents…he’s only 4, hopefully that will change.