Seems Like Yesterday

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Lately, it has been quite mundane in every aspect of my life. Work never ends, bills never stop coming and the never ending issues of day to day life continue to plague our very existence. However, there is a very bright spot in my life, and that is my children. I am very lucky and very proud to have such wonderful children. My daughter has been on a run lately- This month Regional STEM overall winner, 2016 State Trampoline Champion, 2016 Pre Teen Lafayette, Tulane Science Forum with astronauts. Plus, a 4.0 grade point average! 

It is so much more fulfilling to write about my wonderful child than to worry about how and if my stocks are going to perform. So, that is what I have been doing. This month has been riddled with happiness and punctuated with the death of a friend. So, I am trying to do something to bring happiness to my soul. It has been a wonderful experience to see my daughter grow into the lovely young girl she is today. She wants to be an aeronautics engineer. I can hardly believe the things that she is truly excelling in at the current time.

Time will tell with all of this. No matter what happens, she is learning to speak in public and think quickly. She is also learning how to win and to accept defeat. It is all learning experiences, and she is getting those in multitudes.

Well, I am off to work, so, I have to wrap it up.

Keep cranking,

Robert the DividendDreamer
AKA — Seeking Dividends

Follow me on Twitter– Seeking Dividends@DividendDreamer

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2 Responses to Seems Like Yesterday

  1. TwoInvesting says:

    Robert,

    It’s been great hearing about how well your children are doing! Who else to invest for if not for them?!

    Take care,

    Scott

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