I Love My Dad
by Alana | March 20, 2020
My father is one of the nicest people. He was in the US Army, he went to places like North Carolina and South Korea. He helped me make an early career decision and taught me about the Army. Now I know what I want to be when I grow up. He encouraged me to make my own decisions and be independent. I now know how to set long and short term goals. He tells me to do chores so that when I grow up and have my own house, I know how to keep it clean. He tells me a lot of smart helpful tips that I can use to grow up and be successful. Even though sometimes I get into trouble, I know that it is so that I can eventually learn to have self-discipline. I know that the reason he will soon tell me I can't go out with my friends until midnight is so I can stay safe. My father is a very purposeful man, so I know whatever he does has a good reason behind it. When he put me into an online school, at first I hated it, but then I realized that public school is not the best option. My father only wants his kids to have the best, and that is why I respect him so much. He is the best dad I could ever ask for.