Well, I'll admit (and I'm sure she'd admit) that there were times when we both challenged the heck out of each other, my daughter and I.
But here's the thing about being a very blessed father of a daughter: One day, you look over and see that she has become everything you could ever have hoped she'd be, and so much more.
My daughter has become a mature and intelligent young woman, a lovng mother, a son-to-be certified labout doula. And, as befits a person whose parents are both accredited professional communicators, Julian is an articulate and pesuasive writer.
And this morning, she did her first ever media interview.
I mean as an interviewee. That, after all, is the hard part. (Standing by for pushback from my media friends.)
Julian has started an online community for people who want to do simple things to live in a more environmentally conscious way. And like a good mass communicator, she's on the interweb, the Facebook and the Twitter.
And here's where you can go to listen to my brilliant daughter being interviewed on the most listened to radio morning show in Saskatchewan.
I'll have to admit, though, that my favourite part was when she talked about her dad promoting her idea all over Facebook and Twitter.