They raised me to believe in myself and to know if I applied myself I could do anything I wanted. They were clear that if I wanted something I would have to work for it and that life wasn't always fair.
They taught me to be an honest person.
Actually, my mom and maternal grandparents raised me .... And their unconditional love for me was the best thing that could happen to a child.
I wish my parents would have fed me a better diet because i've struggled with obesity until i was 14 which later turned into eating disorders and anorexic tendencies etc. Throughout the rest of my teens and 20's.. But i don't blame them since they don't know how to take care of themselves, my dad … Read more
In a nut shell being the only child of elderly parents the ttaught me all the skills I would need to survive on my own, from sewing to money management and cooking to basic plumbing and electrical skills before I was 18.
That I have to work hard for what I want.
Dont steal rob cheat
They taught me lessons that seemed unfair at the time ... But were necessary in order to live on my own.
The best thing was being raised in a loving and encouraging household.
I like all of them, together or solo .... Yum! :)
Peanut Butter, banana, and honey! Yum!
I've never tried Nutella, so I'll stick with peanut butter and jelly.
Just no! Not me I don't care for peanut butter and jelly at all. Never tired Nutella only because I don't eat chocolate.
I don't care for Nutella or jelly/jam and I'm allergic to peanuts.
Well skunky im old school i like the new whipped peanut butter. Im glad your back skunky
I like all three, especially on the same sandwich.
Peanut butter and jelly I like! Lol!