In 1182, Pietro Bernardone returned from a Horse Bandana Horseback Riding Horse Lover Shirt trip to France to find out his wife had given birth to a son. Far from being excited or apologetic because he’d been gone, Pietro was furious because she’d had his new son baptized Giovanni after John the Baptist. The last thing Pietro wanted in his son was a man of God.
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He wanted a Horse Bandana Horseback Riding Horse Lover Shirt man of business, a cloth merchant like he was, and he especially wanted a son who would reflect his infatuation with France. So he renamed his son Francesco — which is the equivalent of calling him Frenchman. Francis enjoyed a very rich easy life growing up because of his father’s wealth and the permissiveness of the times.
From the beginning, everyone and I mean a Horse Bandana Horseback Riding Horse Lover Shirt everyone loved Francis. He was constantly happy, charming, and a born leader. If he was picky, people excused him. If he was ill, people took care of him. If he was so much of a dreamer he did poorly in school, no one minded. In many ways, he was too easy to like for his own good. No one tried to control him or teach him.