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    Re: Another dead proud dad thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Tashyboy View Post
    Its been a bit of a crap few months re daughters divorce and she has had a hell of a lot on her plate. Not helped with her being on a police firearms course. Earlier today she took her final assessment and passed, she has now been presented with her certificate and is now officially the second female firearms officer in her patch. Chuffed to bits for her as its what she has always wanted. Seeing her in all her fireams gear is a bit unnerving and i would sooner she never felt the need to carry arms. But I suppose times have changed from when she was our little baby. Big cuddle coming off dad tomorrow.
    Oh ah she must be able to shoot straight co they have asked her to do her rifle/sniper training.
    At least somebody in the family can aim straight. Perhaps she can give you some tips Mr Tash and that handicap will free fall 😜👍

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    At least somebody in the family can aim straight. Perhaps she can give you some tips Mr Tash and that handicap will free fall 
    Hmmp ain't that the truth. At the mo can only see the hcap goin the wrong way.

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    Re: Another dead proud dad thread

    Nice one Tashy. My youngest daughter gave me a proud moment yesterday when in her first cross country race, she finished 10th out of 157 runners and being one of the youngest in the field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilTheFragger View Post
    good news, glad you got sorted. Nikki is very happy to be working at the same hospital she trained at

    LP, Rich, Tashy..other dads out there..... Daughters are a bit special arent they
    So proud of my Daughter.

    She was never academic at school and left with average exam results. But she had ambition - to work with children and went on to study for her NNEB Nursery at College. She passed easily and worked at 2 Childrens nurseries over the next 12 or so years.

    Then decided to go for a job at the Royal Alexandra Childrena Hospital in Brighton. Was one of 60 applicants and got down to the last 2, didn't get it as she didn't have Hospital experience and was asked to re-apply when another position came available. She did just that and was successful and now works in the OperatingTheatres as a Health Care Assistant.

    She often tells us of some of the operations on the premature babies. The last one only weighed 2.5 kgs. her head was only the size of a tennis ball, and everything about baby was perfect except the bowels. Glad to report that the operation was sucessful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Golfmmad View Post
    So proud of my Daughter.

    She was never academic at school and left with average exam results. But she had ambition - to work with children and went on to study for her NNEB Nursery at College. She passed easily and worked at 2 Childrens nurseries over the next 12 or so years.

    Then decided to go for a job at the Royal Alexandra Childrena Hospital in Brighton. Was one of 60 applicants and got down to the last 2, didn't get it as she didn't have Hospital experience and was asked to re-apply when another position came available. She did just that and was successful and now works in the OperatingTheatres as a Health Care Assistant.

    She often tells us of some of the operations on the premature babies. The last one only weighed 2.5 kgs. her head was only the size of a tennis ball, and everything about baby was perfect except the bowels. Glad to report that the operation was sucessful.
    Say thanks to your daughter and to all the people who work in those situations from a parent whose son was operated on when he weighed less than 2lb, that was 24 yrs ago and still thankful everyday to every person who cared for him.

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    Re: Another dead proud dad thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Golfmmad View Post
    So proud of my Daughter.

    She was never academic at school and left with average exam results. But she had ambition - to work with children and went on to study for her NNEB Nursery at College. She passed easily and worked at 2 Childrens nurseries over the next 12 or so years.

    Then decided to go for a job at the Royal Alexandra Childrena Hospital in Brighton. Was one of 60 applicants and got down to the last 2, didn't get it as she didn't have Hospital experience and was asked to re-apply when another position came available. She did just that and was successful and now works in the OperatingTheatres as a Health Care Assistant.

    She often tells us of some of the operations on the premature babies. The last one only weighed 2.5 kgs. her head was only the size of a tennis ball, and everything about baby was perfect except the bowels. Glad to report that the operation was sucessful.
    2.5kg..?
    That's a huge one compared to the ones Mrs Imurg sorts out...
    Many weigh less than a bag of sugar....
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    Re: Another dead proud dad thread

    Well whada ya know a feel good thread


    My own little contribution, my daughter's arriving for her hols on Saturday so I get to see her for the first time in a year

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilTheFragger View Post
    good news, glad you got sorted. Nikki is very happy to be working at the same hospital she trained at

    LP, Rich, Tashy..other dads out there..... Daughters are a bit special arent they
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    She was never academic at school and left with average exam results. But she had ambition
    This sums up young daughter Tash very well indeed. So much so that several teachers told her she had no chance of being a copper. One teacher however sat her down and told her she needed to work in retail to learn people skills. He invited a sixth former along who got her a job at Next. She worked there for three years. During that time she was told by the same teachers to stay there. She managed to get to store assistant manager and packed it in to be a copper.
    She has often said that she would like to turn up at her comp Skool and look around said teachers cars and maybe bang a ticket or two on 😁
    Would like to bump into said teacher who believed in her and give him a Tashyboy cuddle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauldj42 View Post
    Say thanks to your daughter and to all the people who work in those situations from a parent whose son was operated on when he weighed less than 2lb, that was 24 yrs ago and still thankful everyday to every person who cared for him.
    Will do Paul, and thanks.

    Hope your boy continues to do well.

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