Describe your father figure.
My dad isn’t just a parent, he’s one of my best friends. There’s no one else I’d rather call to talk life, politics or his inferior Seattle Seahawks.
Dad and Gramps
Funny. Loving. Caring. And the best cheerleaders a girl could ask for.
My dad taught me how to be the best person I can be. I don’t know where I would be without him. He’s a constant reminder of what I strive to become as a human.
My best friend
When I call my dad three times a day, I think that means he is my best friend. He’s always there to laugh with, cry with and make me feel better when I’m down. I love you Dad. Thanks for all you do.
I wouldn’t be half the person I am without my dad, and I definitely wouldn’t be in my major if it wasn’t for my dad’s love of video games.
Couldn’t be more thankful for my family and especially my pops, who trudged through 20 years of service in the military for us. Thanks, dad. Love you.
I could never thank my dad enough for passing on his love for concerts and unceasing work ethic. I hope to one day make the difference in others’ lives that comes so easy for him.
The Big L
Here’s to a weekend with my favorite New Yorker, best friend, fellow Slytherin and the most cynical person I know — my Dad.
— Liz (The Little L)
Comedian and confidant
Although life hasn’t always been the easiest, my father taught me the importance of finding the humor in adverse times. He’s also been there for me when things aren’t worth laughing over, lending a listening ear and a shoulder to lean on, as well as some classic rock suggestions.
Good ol’ dad
Realistically, I just wouldn’t exist without him. On top of that, he’s a pretty great guy and I’m thankful for everything he has done for me.
I use more minutes now than ever to call my dad and catch up on the week in sports and the life of my fam. The love of sports he instilled in me set me on my career path. What more could I possibly ask for?
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