Do you know what it's like to grow up without a dad? Well I do.
To never have anyone by your side just for you,
cheering you on saying job well done.
Or being your biggest fan,
supporting your stupidest mistake
and even holding you hand.
I never had someone to tuck me in...
We have breakfast together every morning.
My Dad is considerate, and a great adviser when you need one. He is mellow and content, and he enjoys his work at the vineyard.
It's a really busy time for my Dad.
My partner and I raised eight girls to adulthood.
I cannot stress how important their dad is in their lives.
Being a dad is more than giving gifts and money. The important thing is to give time and be there when they are growing up.
And he was. He stayed home and I worked...
my dad...i just sometimes cant get words to say who he is really. He is this one ever positive thinking person who never gives up on what he does. i remember the first job he had was not so satisfactory but still he worked hard. he never gave up till had his last job at the...
I my Dad.He has always guided me and stood by be when i needed him the most. I love his way of doing things although sometimes i get a bit irritated but thats normal for most of us. I wouldnt have it anyother way.
Remember getting called down tot he police station when I was 12, because my friends and I got caught shoplifting at the local grocery store?
Every one of my friends got their behinds blistered when they got home.
But you didn't hit me or even lecture me. You had me...
My Dad by was emotional in an openly affectionate sort of way. He would kiss my forehead, tickle and cuddle me into my teens. Nothing could compare to the safety I felt in my Dad's hugs, in his smile. He supported me in everything I did, no matter if his schedule conflicted with...
You will never know, DAD, how inportant you were when I was growing up.
When I started to have mixed feelings about liking girls more than guys. There were no lectures from you on what was right and wrong.
The only thing that was important was how I felt.
You (and Mom...