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Author Name: PremiumPHUBENAK 5 Comments
Date Added: May 21, 2005 11:05:26 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The Best Job I've Ever Had

"Thank you, Dad, for helping me so much"

Finishing his project with a final touch

I've learned so much being a Dad

It's the best job I've ever had

~~~

The hours maybe long

But the rewards are grand

The priorities a song

As you lead by the hand

~~~

Introduce him to God, what a great responsibility

Teach him to pray to the best of my ability

Drench him in love that never ends

Confidence builds in the message it sends

I share the experiences that I have learned

Maybe he will remember and not get burned

Help him to form a rock solid foundation

So he won’t go off in a wayward direction

The rest depends on the path he will take

The morals he leads and choices he will make

Author's Notes:
After helping Adam with a lot of  homework I was feeling worn out but I realized what a great reward it was getting to  be his Dad
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Comment By: PremiumVizualEnsemble on November 30, 2006 08:03:39 AM Report
And what a loving dad you are dear! I know this all too well. I have sat up many nights late helping my daughters with homework, being there late at night after those football games, (Brooklin was in band and colorguard), those late night trips from out of town games, it can tire a parent out but well worth every second of it all. They are grown now and how I miss it so much, so you help that little fella all you can, for before ya know it they are up and grown. Then of course they need help in other ways, like financially :). You seem like such a wonderful father, your Adam must be so proud. God bless you dear!

~Penny~

Comment By: FreeDori on May 26, 2005 04:22:24 PM Report
Paul - again, I say, this is your best yet. Great rhythm - not forced at all. Great message - you got a lot in with not too many lines. This is awesome!!!
Comment By: FreeLubaina on May 22, 2005 03:53:19 PM Report
Very good write. Lots of emotion; good flow.
Lubs.
Comment By: FreeTracy Fletcher on May 22, 2005 05:32:13 AM Report
Adam is so lucky! To have such a loving father as yourself.So many children now a days, don't even know their father. Great job, keep up the good work. It is a very rewarding job to be a parent. Yours.......Tracy
Comment By: FreeSamantha Firefly on May 21, 2005 03:45:40 PM Report
This is very nice. I am sure you are a wonderful Dad. How lucky your son is!
Samantha.




 


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