Something happened today. I just thought this might help you out one day. 🙂
I’m writing a few words about your Father and why you must adore and hopefully should be like him (if not, then at least the closest you can be) some day.
He may not be the richest, smartest and best looking guy (but he is the most handsome out of all the chinky eyed guy I’ve seen) out there. He made a few mistakes and is still learning about life (just like me!) but I want you to know that for the 7 years of Knowing him, setting aside the bad ones (no one’s perfect anyway!) I came to know how kind, responsible and lovable he is in his simple ways. He makes me laugh all the time even at the darkest of midnight (the snoring Birthday party joke will never get old), comforts me through the weirdest and shallowest emotional roller coaster that I may have and most importantly he has a sense of direction in life.
He is a very thoughtful Son and Brother, His closeness to his family is unremarkable. He may not be as religious but his faith and beliefs are intact. We have tons of differences. For relationships, he had a Lot! and when I say A lot, do not use your hands to count! haha! But those relationships helped him and made him who he is right now. I thank all those girls who broke his heart because of them he was able to meet me. Throughout our relationship, A lot of things already happened but he did not let me go (he does not want to) and he never gave up. We’re not a perfect couple, we had our time offs but at the end of the day, he is always choosing me. Love is a decision and a choice and I guess, it just shows that he loves me that much to keep sticking up with me after all the fights and misunderstandings. I felt like my simple admiration became my best decision ever and I’m glad did.
After all the things I said. You may find it funny on why I suddenly wrote this. You see, today I rode the Train just like the usual, but no one offered their seats today. I was left standing, holding the handle to not loose balance. I have my heavy bag (gift from your dad) on while you were kicking and punching inside my tummy. I wanted to touch you but I can’t because I might fall. My hips started to sore but I kept it all on me. As soon as I got out of the train I started crying, I felt so bad for myself, I was so tired that I called your dad and once I heard his voice (you see my Mom(your grandma) is my go to person and now he is!) everything felt better and I started to calm down. He consoled me all throughout.
This was just a simple bad day for me but Dad made me feel so appreciated today. I’m not telling you to be like your dad but be yourself and use him as an inspiration on how you can be that special to someone someday.
Loving you under my Tummy,