Sunday, June 17, 2012

Dear Daddy, Happy Father's Day ♥



Daddy,


There are so many things I want to tell you but just don't know where to start.
Every day goes by, the thought of you remains. Sometimes I even
see you in my dreams and you looked so happy. So many times when I 
drove back home, I would be expecting to see you by the couch watching 
TV and just enjoying your time but those days are over.

Looking at our old place and the place that we grew together as 
a family is no longer the same. We have moved out as mom said that the 
house was just way to big for us and also no longer safe. 
Moving out was the hardest decision she's ever made but we knew that 
life goes on so we did. Change is something good for us but it was 
hard to accept it. Leaving behind all our memories was all that was in my head. 

Though as we grew older we hardly talk much but you took notice of 
every single detail that was happening around. Hate to admit that 
I regret every single day of my life for not spending enough time with you 
thinking you'd be there for us all the time but no. The day when you lay there 
with your eyes closed was the hardest thing that life had to hit us with. 
Letting go of the past was seriously the hardest thing we had to go through 
but you made us grew closer as a family. 

I will never forget that smile that I use to see from the day I was born. 
Thinking back on the places you use to take us to when we were kids. 
The adventure we use to have during our road trips and the moments we shared. 
I even remember when you taught me how to drink when I was 11 and changing a car tyre. 
It was the coolest thing a dad could ever teach her daughter at a young age! 
Time flew by real fast and hope you're doing fine. 
Forever missing you and I you Daddy! 


Happy Father's Day to all ya awesome Daddies! 


XOXO, 
Your loving daughter




4 comments:

  1. Very lovable post to your father...;)
    anyway, the font is way too small..i had a hard time reading it..;P

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  2. Oops! Thanks! Will enlarge it! thanks for the tip!

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  3. awwww. =(
    hmmm well atleast memories still remains there. =) and yup get to learn to change tyre at 11years old is definitely awesome with your awesome dad!

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