Born with a silver spoon in the mouth
By Sunrise Fan
May 26, 2016 8:46am CST
The above title is one usually used to describe one who is born already rich, having parents who are wealthy. My parents were both fisherfolks and lived on a day to day basis. If there was no catch for the day, there would be no food on the table. Even when my mother was on the family way, she still assisted my father with the fishing chore. One day, while my father was away to fish offshore, my mother went on labor to give birth to me. Neighbors brought my mother to the local hospital where she gave birth to me without my father around. When my father arrived, he had the surprise of his life. There was a paddle in my mouth! Suddenly I fell off my bed and realized that it was all a dream - my parents being fisherfolks and my having a paddle in the mouth when I was born LOL!
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26 May 16
@sunrisefan huh? so it's not true that your parents were fisherfolks? here, there and everywhere was sung by the beatles. i love that song, too.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search "Here, There and Everywhere" The 1996 US jukebox single release of the song, backed with "Good Day Sunshine" Song by The Beatles from the album Revolver Released 5 August 1966 Recorded 14 Ju
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26 May 16
Ha ha ha, I read this story and didn't expect the ending. I really thought that you were born into a family of fisherfolks and had a paddle in your mouth. I don't know why, but for some reason it all made sense to me in a weird way.