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My dad is the best dad ever because he’s really nice and he’s fun to play with. When I say he’s mean he say’s, “Is that true” and I say, “ No” and he says, “Thank you” and I say, “You're welcome.” Then we play a game.
He lets me win because I’m sad. Like one time we were playing sequence. He got a sequence but then he kept going in totally different places. Then I laughed and I won the game.
Then I have to go to bed. So I get in bed and I go to sleep and he’s nice because he saved me when I cracked my head open because he picked me up when I fell.
Oh and here’s another person that I admire. My teacher. I admire him because he’s really nice to me and he doesn’t give me hard work to do. He’s really funny too! But some times he can be serious. He’s a good teacher too! My favorite subject in school is…….. MATH=http://=http://!
Article posted February 1, 2007 at 05:02 PM •
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I think it's pretty special that you admire your dad so much! You've surely described great times together and given such good reasons for your admiration!
I think one reason I admire my own father is because he had a way of always making me feel special. He wrote wonderful letters of encouragement, even when I was a baby! I try now to let him know how much all that meant.
Has your dad seen your post so he knows just how much he means to you?
Comment Posted on March 4, 2007 at 12:36 PM by
I think it is great that your dad is your hero! My dad is my hero too. There are a lot of reasons why, but I think one big one is that my dad is always patient and a very calm person. He always listens and supports me. I'm so glad to read that your dad is supportive of you too. Dads are important! Thanks for writing and sharing.
Comment Posted on February 25, 2007 at 01:31 AM by
Riley, thanks for sharing about you and your Dad. When I think back to when I was in third grade, I remember my Dad playing games with me, too. We liked to play card games and dominoes a lot. He had a fun game called "52 pickup."
"Do you know what game this is?" he asked me the first time.
"No," I said.
"Want to play it?" he asked.
"Yes!" I answered.
He threw the deck of cards in the air. The game was for me to pick them all up!!! (laugh).
Math is my worst subject (I love to write), but my son (who is in 2nd grade) loves math. Do you think it's true that the brains of people who do math are different than the brains of people who like to read a lot?
Let me know! You can find my blog Around the Corner at http://www.mguhlin.net
BTW, say hi to your teacher! I think he's a good one, too!
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