I am daddy's little girl. We are two siblings. I'm the eldest. My father will wake me up in the evening because he brought a gallon of ice cream. When it is time for mushrooms, he whistles or calls me to get a basket. Sometimes, we go out on a bamboo-made raft to fish. My fishing pole is small. Then, he will swing it for me. Oh, I'm the first one who caught the fish! Hooray!
My father worked in a car company as a Car Sales Manager. One of the benefits or advantage of that is a FREE service car. As a child, I'm very excited to ride it. He would fetch me from school. I'm happy seeing him with a car. We travel wherever we want to go. We visit my grandparents every weekend. Oftentimes, I would tag along if my father has clients who showed interests. Life is not always at the top. My father sold the car to pay the hospital bills.
|The bride is my father's first cousin|
My cousin (whom I haven't met, yet) posted on Facebook a photo of a car. In her caption, she said, "Who own's this car?". I answered that it was our car. It brings back memories from my childhood. The woman near it who wore bridal wear is her mom.
|This is my father.|
My father loves cars and knowledge remains. You can ask him anything about it. Whenever you have a problem with the automotive parts, ask him. You'll be surprised by his suggestions and answers that leave you satisfied.
My father is gone, though. I regret the time that I wasn't able to take care of him. There were a lot of hurdles between us, though. Distance and low finances had kept us apart. Now, you are with Mama. You will always stay in our heart. Thank you, Papa.