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It's no more energy than what I would expend if they lived here, it's 1,000 times better than e-mail/Facebook. Some friends have gone as far as to tell me that I’m the smartest / most capable person they’ve ever met, which I think is the biggest compliment anyone can ever receive. I’ve constantly been described as “smart”, “intelligent”, “courageous”, “driven”, “powerful”, “strong”, “highly developed”, “capable”, “intellectual”, “career-driven”, and at times, “fearless”. Since my early 20s (I’m 28 at this point of writing), I’ve been regarded as a “power woman”.By being more and more accomplished, I felt I was in fact digging my own grave in the area of romance.
On my recent visit, the 13-year-old asked if I'd brought the journal with me because he had new info. Something else I do to stay involved: I have my daughters e-mail me the spelling test for the week."; "Let's see here, I think those notes are somewhere ..."; or just generally haven't made up their minds about what they need. -- Anonymous On being a long-distance grandma/grandpa/auntie/uncle without growing estranged: My way of keeping a close relationship with my five grandkids is to have a journal for each child.You can say that these “accomplishments” are atypical of an average person, much less a girl from Singapore.Hence, I’m frequently singled out by others for my accomplishments and for being a driven and “fearless” person.