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30 Things: #3 - Relationship with Parents

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So I've managed to make it to #3 on the list of 30 Things about me. This one is fairly easy to explain.

3. Describe your relationship with your parents.

I have to say that the older I get, and them, the better my relationship gets. I've always had a good relationship with my mom and my dad, but I guess as I get older I learn to appreciate the relationship a lot more. I'm sure some of that is because I know what is inevitable one day and I want to make sure I get as much time with them as I can.

They have been divorced for as far back as I can remember, I think we are close to almost 30 years (just shy of that) and despite them having their differences in the beginning of that divorce period for awhile, they get along really well now and we are like one big happy disfunctional family. My dad still comes down to my moms and she will make him something to eat, swear at him, he'll try to grab her bum and she'll tell him off, I'll laugh and make vomit faces, he'll laugh and then my mom will shake her head, walk away and yet do it all again a few weeks later!

How can one not have a great relationship with that?