Happy Father’s Day

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To say Happy Father’s Day, I wrote an essay on my daddy. Here goes:

My family is very different compared to other families. Every member of my family is special but in this essay I’m going to tell you about my dad.

Daddy tells me many stories of when he was younger. He has done many amazing things in his life.
-he got a scholarship to Russia
-impressed all his teachers
-came to North America
-got a job
and best of all, he is my dad and I am proud of it.
It is a privilege to have a dad that has been so successful in life, and a dad that has many, many, many skills.

Daddy is very encouraging and is always telling me to get A+.
He helps me with my homework, and is always teaching me new ways to do things.
Daddy loves creativeness and is always giving ideas for things that I could win prizes for.
He is a brilliant computer engineer, and works very,very hard on his job.

Daddy tells many jokes. He is very funny. He always wishes the best for my sister and me, and never gives up on us.

Our joke:

When ever daddy has a test, I tell him not to worry, because daddy NEVER, EVER fails a test.
Because of Daddy:

In the summer I entered an essay contest, but in the beginning I didn’t want to do the essay.
But Daddy kept saying “Come on u can do it, come on you can do it,” and the next thing you know, I won second place. If Daddy had not encouraged me I would never have made it.
Thank you Daddy.

P.S. Daddy does not like anyone touching his hair(waring)

Written by: Christine Poudel, Daddy’s Daughter

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About Christine

Hi!!! My name is Christine and I live in Markham, ON, Canada. I love to write and read books, they are both awesome hobbies. I also love to blog, it's really cool. I'm also learning gymnastics, I'm really flexible. I also have a sister, named Suzanne. She's really nice. One thing's for sure, I can't live without my family and friends. In 20 years you'll probably see me being a gymnast. Well, that's mainly all about me.

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