The next day we went back home to pick up the kids. You can't just go to the Four Seasons Hotel in Doha and not bring the kids to the pools. They love it there. We had a blast. These pools will always have a special place in my heart. Hector had his first swimming experience here. So Jonathan is 31 years old. Well, he will be in two days. He felt pretty good about himself this year. He's in better shape at least. Last year he fainted while working out in the hotel's gym. We got to talk about what kind of boys we're going to raise. None of those effeminate boys that the world is creating nowadays. All they know how to do is push buttons, pay for other people to do things they should know how to do themselves, and lay out. Gag me! I don't care how good vitamin D is for you. There are ways to get it without having to rip your clothes off and prostrate yourself in idle stillness. Anyway, Jonathan and I made a list of things we need to teach our boys before they are 14. Wish us luck considering we have to learn how to do half of the things on that list too.
I love Jonathan. He's too intelligent, lacks social skills, and isn't a snappy dresser, but I love him and I'm happy he loves me too. I'm happy we can love eachother and work toward our goals together in this life.