I wanted to write this ridiculously sweet, tear-jerker post about how much I love my daddy (who’s 53 today!) But after thinking about it, a picture is worth a thousand words anyway.
My First Birthday
Aren’t you lucky we don’t make you wear hats like that anymore? Dad did always teach me to be a car girl. Wish I could find a pink vehicle now!
NCAA Frozen Four 2007 at Savvis Center
Dad also taught me the in’s and out’s of hockey. Now his little girl is still stuck in the hockey world with a playing boyfriend, 10-game season plan, and more Blues merchandise that can fit in my closet. These two nights we’re easily some of the best hockey I’ve ever watched, with the best guy I could imagine bringing.
Alpha Phi Dad’s Weekend 2007 vs. Nebraska
My dad’s the reason I was able to attend such a fine university, join a fabulous sorority and graduate with honors early. Without his help and desire to watch me succeed, I wouldn’t be where I am today.
I’ve been blessed to have a wonderful dad in my life who has taught me how I should be treated, how to drive a car, how to handle the working world and so much more. My dad is an amazing husband, devoted father, loved son and successful man. It doesn’t matter if i’m two, twenty, or sixty – I will always be my daddy’s little girl. Love you pops, and thanks for everything.