From the stories I've read that you have posted about him, he appeared to be a very honorable man who raised you to be a man of integrity.
Your father was an great and kind man. I'm glad he raised you to be the same.
My dear Mother, she gave me hope and the will power to get where I am today.
Me, myself and I. As a middle child of four, I was either trying to keep up with my older sister or trying to take attention away from the youngest who was absolutely adorable and still is as are all of them. I was encouraged by my own interests despite what others told me I would never be able to accomplish being the clumsy (yet always attempting charm and wit) child I was and definitley with self-confidence issues. I loved reading, writing poetry and animals from a very early age and did accomplish one of my greatest goals of becoming a first time author. Amazingly enough, my sisters all say I made our youth the fun it was because of trying to outshine everyone by being funny, witty and unpredictable and would have everyone in stitches, but won't leave out the fact that I embarrassed my elder (much more serene and extremely intelligent) sister on many an occasion.
FFS! al was not that person!
No one, I had to work it out for myself
No one until I met my husband. When I was a kid I wanted to be an Aerospace Engineer or a Mechanic....what little 5 year old girl wants to be either of those?! So...people laughed. I was dead set even though high school and then I picked up drumming and guitar and wanted to do something with music on the side. For my Senior Project I did a report of music. After I aced it and everyone loved the performance I put on, my principal pulled me off to the side and told me "Music won't get you anywhere in life." I still drum and play guitar because first I don't give a **** who you are or what you say, you don't get in between me and my music. I'm glad I didn't go into the space program...thanks by the way, Mr. Presididn't. But I've been working on getting to school for a year now (long story). But through the entire journey of excitement and deciding on the career path I'm taking, no one thinks I'm serious. They don't care. My family could listen for hours of boring stories of big money this, and business management that, my collage this and my children that from my other siblings. My husband has been encouraging me and helping pull though difficult times and has helped me feel confident on my choice. I had a great childhood and great family and friends, but until I met my husband I never realized I've never had encouragement when it comes to going for your dreams. I am thankful to wake up to him with me every morning. I love him so much.<br />
Everyone! Don't give up!
Actually... the one who encourage me.<br />
There is a demon in my soul, and he tells me to believe in myself. It's always encouraging.
the one who loved and still loves me
Never had a person like that in my life.
Generally whenever I woke up after a dream I just naturally had to go, i.e., go "after my dream".
No one has ever encouraged me, however, I decided I have a life ahead of me and that it is mine to make. I made it where i am on my own- and hopefully i can use that proof to help young people in the future.
My fiance :)
my very best of friends...
my neighbor/ best friend. she has been there for me through everything and has never judged me. she always tell me that i can do anything if i believe in it.
a girl i see everytime i look in the mirror.
A lot of people, but the one who sticks out is a reiki practitioner who told me that the universe rewards us for doing what we love, and vice-versa. So far, it's completely true.