(New Carrollton, MD)
My father was one of the most important people in my life. I love my father with all of my heart and soul and he loved us to. I am older and my father is deceased but I will never forget him. He was a father, father. My family was separated but my father was always a part of my life. In my eyes, he was a great dad. When I was a teenager, I had to come and live with him because of personal matters. It was not for long because I was a teenager and not so crazy, but a teenager. My father would let me drive the car to school and to pick up my cousin and friends. We had a great time. He did not talk much during the week because he focused on his job and paying his bills. I remember his apartment, it was amazing. It was crowded by neat. He would pick up things and people would give him different things. I had the most amazing stuff animal collection that you would name. He would get these things for people and made sure that he washed them thoroughly before he would give them to us. I love my dad and miss him so much. But I always knew that he loved me because of the things that he did and said. He was a true hero in my eyes and will always be remembered. But I did not have just one dad. I considered my grandfather and stepfather as dads. They were in my life and made a difference. My grandfather was a very quiet person but so suave. He was a very nice man and took care of his children. My stepfather was amazing my mother had other children and at one time all of use was living with them. He never made a fuss about all of the children or grandchildren that were in the house and he made my mother happy. So as I reflect back, them are father's day memories that I never want to forget.
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