‘Perfect Son’

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I thought about this morning how you are the definition of ‘the perfect son’ (‘the perfect child’):

My mother would be proud of you for having met your wife in high school, for working hard to build yourself up, for having multiple children, for keeping an immaculate workspace, for graduating with a university degree, and for providing well for your family.

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Author of ‘A Girl All Alone Somewhere in the World’, ‘Confessions and Thoughts of a Girl in Turkey’, ‘From Just a Girl Grown Up in America’. (Amazon.com)

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Author of ‘A Girl All Alone Somewhere in the World’, ‘Confessions and Thoughts of a Girl in Turkey’, ‘From Just a Girl Grown Up in America’. (Amazon.com)

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