DAY EIGHT (8) > (Thurs. 3.29.12)
Raising a Child First, Then a Champion
Tida and Earl Woods's goal was not to raise the world's greatest golfer; it was to rear a child who was free from worry, said Rudy Duran, (Woods's golf instructor from ages 5 to 10).
While Tida Woods was her son's chaperone, scorekeeper and disciplinarian, when he was growing up; and Earl spent hours playing golf with him, Woods was the one in love with competition.
The influence of the parents on the son remains evident on the eve of the 2012 Masters, which begins next Thursday at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia.
“FOLLOW THE ROAR”
Interesting.... my grand daughter Kylie LOVES ice cream, she's always in my freezer for ice cream, butter pecan is my fave!!
No chocolate for me!!!
EYE LOVE YOU SO MUCH DAD . . . THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING
THANK YOU MOM . . .
FOR BEING THERE DURING THE EARLY YEARS . . .
BUT MOST OF ALL . . .
FOR STANDING BY ME (IN RECENT YEARS)
WHEN IT SEEMED ALL MY HOPE WAS GONE
( AND ALL MY "FRIENDS" WERE GONE )
" I LOOKED TO YOU" AND YOU STOOD BY MY SIDE
THANK YOU MOM . . . FOR EVERYTHING
I LOVE YOU SO
" LOOKS LIKE WE MADE IT "
I CAN RELATE TO THAT
TIGER ALWAYS HAD HIS ARM WRAPPED AROUND DAD'S NECK
I SAW ONE PIC WHEN HE WENT TO BUTCH, SCRAWNNNNNNNNNNNEY GUY
HAD HIS ARM WRAPPED AROUND HIS NECK AGAIN.
I THINK THEY WERE THE BEST OF BUDDIES.
BUT HIS MOM LKS LIKE A VERY STRONG WOMEN
I RESPECT THAT.