I am the lucky one in the family, I have the BOLD claim of saying that I am
Daddy's Little Girl. I have always loved my DAD and knew I could trust him. One of my favorite memories was when I was in Elementary School. It was just a random day and my DAD showed up and asked if he could take me to lunch. I graciously accepted his invite. I was SO EXCITED. Not every one's DAD just stops in to take his daughter to lunch, but mine did. I felt like a Princess! I got to ride in the FRONT SEAT, and did not have to battle it out with the siblings to sit there, I even got to choose the music! He took me to Granny's restaurant and he said I could order whatever I wanted. I chose the BLT and a Root Beer. We got to eat together and talk about school, sports, family and what I liked to do.
I am now 21 years old and can still remember when he did that in the third grade. My DAD
has made a huge impact in my life, and I am so grateful for him and all that he does.
He taught me how to work hard through his example and ability to support our family.
He taught me how to serve with all of my heart through his many time consuming church callings.
He taught me the importance of having fun through the many crazy and wild adventures he took me on.
He taught me to try my best and trust in the Lord.
He taught me to be me.
I love my Dad