May 20, 2013
As a young adult growing-up I was a child sent from above. I was the only child in my dad eyes I was 2013]
very cultured. And I was intelligent, my report card was always good. And my parents was proud of me. Living with my dad was the best thing to happen to me. I always had what I wanted and needed and never begged for anything. I was blessed to have a dad that would make sure I did all my homework. And got to school feed me on time. I can honestly say I was never a problem for my dad. We had a strong bond, even though I had friends. My dad was my best friend. He gave great advice and taught me to become the independent woman I am today. He always believed in me to be the best I could be which made him very happy. I remember one time he told me, I want you to become a nurse and after I finished high school I went to a nursing school. I started but after two years I loose him after he died I could even continue because I taught was do it for him, and I left school. Living with people two times my helped me become the young lady I am today. I leaned some very helpful live lessons that I tooked up into my adult years. I learned to do a lot before my time I also learned o be a better parents to my kids. Learning about life when I was grew-up becoming my guide to becoming a strong mother figure to wonderful kids.
Growing up in my teen years I’ve been though a lot. Seen a lot, and have done a lot. My biggest inspiration was my father, I leaned to become a responsible adult. I was his little girl. Very shelted, and taught the meaning of struggle before I went through it Even though I wasn’t your typical teenager. I am blessed to have one guide me in the right direction.
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