Enjoying Gone With The Wind-Bonding Time For A Mother and Her Daughters
Bonding time in our family has always been special and one of my favorite moments are the time we spend watching Gone With The Wind. People may call us a bit crazy but as a teacher I had special moments with my daughter and one of those times was spent watching our favorite movie. Each time we readied ourselves to start school, we began it by watching Gone With The Wind.
From the time the girls started their educational careers we would watch this movie the day before school started. So that meant at the end of Summer Vacation, Thanksgiving, New Years Day, Spring Break and Easter Break. It became a custom we did to make the restarting of school.
We sat in front of the television with our popcorn, cold drinks and whatever snack we could find. My husband chose not to participate in this event. He would quietly find something else to do when his girls bonded over a movie he just couldn't understand. He never made a fuss and knew it was something we needed to do.
Our bonding time was special and as I think back on those time we really celebrated our lives together as women. Now the girls are grown with families of there own and on occasion we have the opportunity to bond together over out favorite movie. We love the drama, the clothing and the storyline it was a time for sharing and a time for just us girls. I will always remember these moment with my beautiful daughter and cherish the quality time we spent together marking our moment together.
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