Sunday was Father's Day.
Amy commented that I looked like my dad when she was looking through my pictures [on Sunday]. (I disagree -- I think I look more like my mom.)
I saw Finding Nemo today, which is basically a father-son story.
What does this all mean? I dunno. Is He trying to tell me something? I dunno.
Couple of weeks ago, Kim MSN said in his sermon that self-esteem is mostly influenced by your parents. Most Asian fathers are not affectionate, and come off cold and distant to their kids. This ultimately results in [Asian] kids that are intelligent and overachieving, yet suffering with low self-esteem. If what Kim MSN said is true, that means my dad has shaped me into who I am. Whether I like it or not.
"What is your major malfunction, numbnuts? Didn't Mommy and Daddy show you enough attention when you were a child?"
No, sir. I guess they didn't, sir.
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