Everyone can be a father, but it takes a lot to be a daddy.
I call my father “daddy.” I don’t see why there would be an age limit to calling your father that. I think some people see it as child-like, but I just see it as affectionate so until now, I’ve been calling my father “daddy” wherever I am.
Now that it’s his day (and every father’s day around the globe), I’d decided to write this short blog to show my appreciation and love.
My dad, he has a pretty good sense of humor, I must have gotten that from him. 😛
He’s an explorer of the sea. Yeah, he have been to most places in this world. That’s what he told me when I was young. I find it so cool. Aye? 😀
He’s a great provider. He needed to live so far away from us (he’s in Dubai right now) for 8 to 12 months period (just think about life at sea, all your loved ones are FAR from you) to provide us with anything that we necessarily need. I have everything I need, one gaming laptop just recently! 😉 Thank you for that daddy!!
He’s God-fearing. He have taught us that God should be the center of our lives, the rest would follow like — a sense of stability, sense of endurance, and live a life of hope.
I can freely open up to him and my mom. I am free to learn whatever interested me. Free to do whatever I want, as long as I won’t do anything that could hurt others and them.
I have never doubted the love he have for us. There were always hugs, kisses and “I love yous” just before going to bed whenever he is here.
For me, MY DADDY is the best dad that I could really wish and hope for. I love you daddy! Take care, and God bless us always.
– from Bongge.
**happy father’s day to your dads**