That 's sad. I'm in the same boat. My 11 year old daughter begs to go on
drives with me in the bugeye, but my 17 year-old daughter won't go near it.
I think she's embarrased to be seen in a car her friends think is cool.
Parents must never make the mistake of looking even slightly cool in front
of a teenager's friends. It screws up their standard "my parents are such a
drag" rap. Having coached most of her friends in youth soccer since they
were tykes, she has a tough time with that story anyway. She was mortified
when her friends visited and wanted to see "the cool cars your dad has in
'59 Morris Traveller (Winifred)
----- Original Message -----
From "Mike Maclean" <macleans at earthlink.net>
To: "Larry Macy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "Paul A. Asgeirsson" <PAsgeirsson@compuserve.com>; "Spridgets"
Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2001 9:16 AM
Subject: Re: Sweet Sound
> Yes, Ive got a daughter that is turning 13 in a month. It's getting
harder to get
> her interested in doing anything with Dad. Her friends are all important.
> Mike MacLean-60 Sprite