Treasure Island

April Humason

(Fort Worth, Texas)

Thank You For Being My Dad


You provided me a home and for that I stipulate that you are my dad. You took the time to teach me and for that I give you my respect. You spread joy in my life and for that I suppress all of our wonderful memories. You encourage me and for that I deter from humiliation our family name. You concealed me from danger and for that I showed you honor. You allow me into your heart and for that I protest against anyone who saids your not the best dad in the world. You assisted in helping me become the women I am today and for that I will not stop from waiting another minute to tell you, 'Thank you for being my dad'.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Edited: Thursday, May 23, 2013

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