Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Post removal

Mrs M is right. If Miss L was ever to see her photo splattered on the web along with her personal life story (as per this original post) her trust for me would be shattered.

So it's gone.
Into the trash can.

But if you want to know how beautiful she is (yes, I'm a proud, proud dad), just read the comments


  1. a lot of events for a short life. she is a stunningly beautiful girl with a lovely smile. i hope all goes well.

  2. God she's one of the prettiest girls I've ever seen!! I'm not joking she really is.

    How about kidnapping Miss L to Canada or Australia? Are you still considering that option?

    There are too many unresolved issues in her life and I think pdoc every 3 months and T every now and then is just not enough, I got to my pdoc like every week and I still have to call him now and then.

    God I know the potential you have I wish you all the best

  3. Zoloft is very good for cutters. It was a gift from above with my daughter at any rate. It was prescribed to her because it treats not only the depression but the OCD aspects that cutters experience and anxiety. Its worth considering if you feel the Paxil is not doing the job........I'm not trying to be a PDoc here , just sharing what helped with my daughter.

  4. OMG... I struggled to think of something positive to write here... then it came to me... At least she didn't inherit her father's looks.

    Seriously, I hope things work out well for both of you.

  5. Hey Bipolar Guy, next time I'm in South Africa, can I give Miss L a call? I'll wait a few years...

  6. take your place in line, pjb! bpg dood, i could never dream of a better father-in-law than you...

  7. She looks like a great kid, with excellent taste in hats. And she seems to be smiling! I never learned how to smile for photos until I was well into my twenties, and I'm still not very good at it.

    Has she expressed any interest in starting her own blog? If she takes after her father at all she'll definitely dig it.

  8. A respectful, fatherly decision to remove the photo and bio, by the way. Good on you. My daughter's still a bit young to receive anything other than positive feedback from friends and family who view her photos but that isn't stopping me from rethinking my own photo posting policy a bit here too now.


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