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Rachel Kristen
live, love, laugh. Just the way I like it.
Daddy's little girl.
Sunday, June 17, 2012, 11:08 AM
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It is Father's Day today and although I couldn't make my way home this weekend, dad assured me that they are coming up next month before I turn twenty four.


Back when I was younger I would grab my colour pencils and draw my dad a painting of our family (with blue skies, green grass and birds of course =P) i'm not exactly very good in drawing so halfway through I gave that up rofl.

This year I bought him a card that says, 

"Dad, I thought about getting you something really EXPENSIVE, EXCITING and FUN for Father's Day..

but then I thought no need, you've already got ME! :D"

My dad has the best sense of humour! Although at times he would not show his affections freely (like most daddies I know =P) I ..just know. But he gave me the greatest gift anyone could ask for. He believed in me.

 At times when we have disagreements and didn't see eye to eye, he would let me fall and learn. Most parents would catch their children but my dad would let me try all over again until I succeed and he would shine with pride. 

He would let me find my own way even when I get hurt along the way and his heart breaks in silence. 

Here's a song for you, I'll Stand by You by The Pretenders.

If you're reading this, Pa, I LOVE YOU LOTS! Promise I'll be home soon :)

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