I remember when i was growing up my father always made sure we had a family night! It didnt matter if we wanted to go we had to. he would always take us to this old run down pizza parlor. He loved these types of outings and now that im grown up im glad i have the memories. These are some of the only family memories that i have when my dad would not get drunk and be abnoxious while i was growing up. Im glad i have them, they were experiences like those in corny family comedy movies from the 80's. My dad eventually sobered up after my parents divorce and we created some more embarrasing family moments. you know those ones you dont let out of your family circle. The funny, hilarious ones you cant stop talking about.Its good to remember those things. they make me laugh when i feel sad and that helps even if its just for a little while. Its distracting! Do you have any memories like those? Hold on to them and dont forget!!
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