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My Father's Footprint 

Date Range: 09/16/1999 To 06/15/2014   Comments: 0 Views: 373
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I can't really make anything for Father's Day, so I decide to write a little story for you. It's actually a thank-you for all the things you've done for me. When I was little, you always fed and took care of me. As I grew older, you helped me do hard math problems. Even when you were frustrated, you never quit and made sure I really understood the problem. When I attended  middle school, I sometimes had after-school activities, where you always picked me up. 

At home, you did much of the household work, including mowing the lawn, dusting the furniture, vacuuming the floor, and washing the clothes. Every time my mom was sick, you always took care of her and checked to make sure she was doing fine. Every time our family went on vacation, you were the one who did the careful planning and made sure everyone followed it. When everything went according to plan, we had a fun time. 

So thank you so much for doing all this and much more. You have really helped me a lot and I can't thank you enough. You're the best father ever, so have a HAPPY FATHER'S DAY! (^_^)

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