Man? Any man will do, husband, boyfriend, brother, neighbor!
My father taught me honor and how to garden. He taught me how to fish.
My husband of course taught me how to truly love but he has taught me how to professionally paint, and do other things that relate to house construction and furniture building.
My husband DESPERATELY tries to teach me mechanics but I refuse. I don't want to know. He thinks its a skill I might need one day but I tell him NO, I will call someone else to do it for me! I don't want to learn it!!!!!
My father taught me how to do simple work on my car, how to weild a hammer and use hand dril, drill press, electrical and manual saws, he taught me the difference between screw drivers and wrenches and how to what a 2x4 looks like He taught me how to burp, how to fart and how to drink shots and beer. My mom taught me how not to be a mom.
I can pump gas and change a tire.
Had to learn to change a tire or wouldn't have passeddriver training. And yes I have done so, in a rain storm and in a bilzzard, at which time I joined Triple A LOL
Well, my father taught me how to use my head and think things through - plan ahead, weigh the options . He taught me that I was special.
My ex-h taught me how to use hand tools and what they are. He taught me to work hard - because I always had to work for both of us when it came to maintaining a home and raising our children.. He taught me that as a wife I really was not worth any preference or consideration.. Oops - I think I am off topic...Sorry!
I learned how to balance a checkbook, budget my money, and play dominoes from my dad.
My mom taught me how to be a good mother, Patients, how to clean (although you wouldn't know it sometimes..hehe),
My mom and dad taught me morals and how to treat other people kindly.\
My husband has taught me how to stick to my guns and be a better me
None of the men in my life have taught me a lot,DH has tried though & has the patience of a saint :)
My dad, he taught me all about cars. How to change tires, oil, a motor, rebuild the engine. He also taught me not to take any crap off anyone.
My grandfather taught me to love, to garden, to be kind and generous.
My sons have taught me to laugh.
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