Daddy's Little Girl
As a young woman I'm just now learning how special a father's role in a daughters life truly is. I've never not known who my dad was and for that I'm forever grateful. When I was a little girl I thought everyone was afforded the opportunity of having their father's there to guide them along the way. I want to say thank you daddy for all you've done and everything you continue to do. I admire the man you are and you've taught me so many valuable life lessons.
Although much of my life he's expected me to go above and beyond and pushed me to limits I didn't know existed when it's all said and done I just hope I've made him proud. He's my go to guy when I need boy advice, when I'm driving alone and find myself lost (more likely than I'd wish) it's him I call and suddenly I seem to find my way. He's my gadget man, mechanic, therapist and so much more I'm thankful to be your daughter.
In honor of Father's Day, I'll be sharing one memory of the past and a few daddy daughter date ideas that I hope my sister and I can go on with our dad.
One of my most favorite memories with my daddy is the day he drove to show me my new high school (JFK Memorial High School). My freshman year of high school I fell into a deep depression, my family had moved away from a town I loved and all my friends. I didn't know what to do and hated my new school. My parents literally did not know what to do to bring my smile back. Later that year when I began sophomore year my dad told us we were moving and that I would be transferred to a beautiful new school and that everything would be ok. He wasn't lying! Not that I thought he would but when we pulled up to JFK it was as if the doors of heaven opened. It was beautiful indeed and I appreciated him for mending my broken heart and making my smile return.
Daddy/Daughter Date Ideas
Night out at Bowlero Bowling Alley
Day trip to Top Golf
Paint & Sip's
House Music Festivals
Dinner & A Show
Weekend in Atlantic City