My Father: My Favorite Person

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When I was a little girl, I wanted to be a soccer player. My dad told me that I could join the Wilson soccer team when I was in kindergarten. I was so excited to join because my inspiration to play soccer was my dad. I always watched him player soccer when he had a game, and I would always practice on my own and keep trying to be better. Thanks to my dad, I was the best player on my team when I got to play, and my dad always used to help me because he was the soccer coach. My dad was brave, but brave was only one of the reasons I admire him so much. In addition to his bravery, he was also very serene with a great sense of humor, and all of these qualities made him my favorite person. As his gift to me when I went to kindergarten demonstrated,…show more content…
For example, when we would play cards, he would always make it more fun by telling us jokes and tickling us when we did a silly mistake. He would always cheer us up when were were feeling sad but tickling us. He would always be there for us. He would surprise him when he came back from something important and we would just have a lot of fun with him because he deserved it for how much he did for us. Another example would be that I would always trip and fall on carpet and he would always try not to laugh and make a joke, but he said if I was ok and then he would always laugh at us after because it would be really funny. Thought he funny moments happened, the amount of humor that he has is very great for me because without his humor, he would just be a good dad, but when he has humor, he is the greatest dad ever. In conclusion, my dad has a huge impact in my life. Without him I wouldn’t be alive. I am so thankful that I have him in my life because he has made a huge difference in my life. He had taught me many things and made things so easy for me to do. He has been there for me with some many things. His bravery, serene and great sense of humor have made me who I am today. So, if I am in any trouble I will always remember my
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