9/19/2015 0 Comments
A letter to my dad.
I would like to take a minute or two to express my never ending gratitude for all that you do for me. Being a father is no easy task father huge impact on his daughters life right from the start. He is the first man she says I love you too and the first man to really show her what love truly is. I cannot remember a time that you were there for me not only as a father but as my hero. As a child you taught me everything I knew, from painting my nails to putting up my hair with one arm and teaching me to ride my bike. I know that you did all of these things slowly because you left me showing me that when you love someone you do what you can to make them happy. From teaching me to always follow my dreams and never give up, you should be raised to Stana my own 2 feet. My dad's job is not only to protect his little girl but also to show her how to defenders of when one day he's not around. When the time came for me to start school you're added another title to your never ending duties with everyman question I had an essay you proofread, you always got the job as my personal tutor. Although you are always willing to help you show me that I can solve problems on my own as well. With every tear and the thinking that I cannot do something because of having one hand you always showed me that there are always ways for me to achieve something. I just might have to do them a little bit differently. As much as I want to thank you, I also want to apologize. Reason to teenage girl might be one of the biggest challenges of father goes through. Speaking from my own experience, I'm sorry for any gray hairs I've caused you. Thank you for always giving me your opinion on each pageant dress, and boy that's ever been in my life. As a child I always wanted to be just like you. You taught me so many things and are still teaching me many today. Thank you for your unconditional support and love that you always gave me for every dream I've ever had. Thank you for always tell you to never give up and pushing me to do my best. From running track and cross-country you were always the one person I wanted to see as I ran and at the finish line. My biggest fear was always disappointing you, over the years I quickly learned that you always be proud of me and support me no matter what. When it comes down to it you know how much your approval means to me. Even though we don't always understand each other, you are one of The biggest influences in my life. The father is the one who guides his daughter through life. Whether it was school, the sporting event, or any defining moment in my life, you've always been one of my biggest fans. Wherever I end up, I hope I make you proud. Every little girl grows up booking up to her dad, but I never stopped and never well. I know there's no such thing as a perfect dad, but you come pretty close.
Daddy's Little Girl
Leave a Reply.
Well known for her love for Jesus, coffee, and having one arm. Sarah share's stories in her life in hope to help others. She wants you to know that,
"Our differences do not define who we are but are a part of the story that God has written for our lives."
Sarah says, " I hope that I can be someone to relate to in a world of untold real stories. Everything I write is from my heart and real."
"We are all created imperfectly perfect by God, we should be proud of our imperfections and differences, they make us who we are today but do not define us, know that you are beautiful and remind yourself of this everyday."