Personal Narrative: Eulogy For Father

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First of all, I want you to know your Mom and I love you dearly and we could not be prouder of you. We are not perfect parents, but we have done our best to protect, raise and guide you make your way through those difficult growing-up years and prepare for the future. I hope you can forgive us for what we didn’t know.

Your Mom and I were very nervous at the prospect of being first time parents. To keep your Mom calm, the doctor explained that giving birth was nothing to worry about; but, when the time came, they have to perform cesarean. That was an experienced you Mom did not forget. When I saw her at the hospital, the first thing she asks me, did you see your big baby? And, she told me, once is enough! Now you know why you don’t have any sibling. We thank God for the gift of life He's given you. What a miracle you are, I was overjoyed and overwhelmed to see my baby boy. We truly enjoyed and
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I hope and prayed that God will protect you not to make the mistakes I made in my life. There were things I wish I had not done...and things I should have done. But also, there were many things I’m glad to have done it. One, was marrying your Mom. I was truly fortunate and blessed to have met your Mom.

Now, your Mom and I will be together again in a better place. With God’s grace, we will have his love and serenity. And someday the three of us will be together again. Until then, please let your sadness and sorrow passes away and let yourself smile and live joyfully with your family, and to thank God for his blessing. You have brought much joy in our lives. Enjoy life and take good care of yourself and your family. Vince, please address the heritage issues, can’t hide that forever. For the sake of your kids, come clean. As they grow up, there will be many questions from their friends, schools, relatives, etc. Don’t put them in an awkward situation. Please do think about it, thank

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