“Daddy’s Girl” by Hadley Jauer
I’ve always been a little bit of a daddy’s girl. But as I’ve become a teenager, we grew a part a lot. Until about 8 months ago. This is when I moved in with my daddy. The first couple of months were really rough. I felt like no one was there for me. Finally summer came and I went back with my mom. I went through the summer feeling more scared and alone than I actually was. I didn’t realize how much I had till I woke up and realized how much I needed my daddy. I needed him to help me get my life on track. School rolled back around and I was really dreading it. I knew I had to fix things that I messed up. I moved back in with my daddy and I was still having a lot of trouble getting my life back together. My daddy has been with me through everything. He has changed my life, without him I wouldn’t be the person I am today. He has learned to understand why I do what I do, and say things that I don’t mean. I wouldn’t trade him for two just like him. He’s been my best friend, dad, and the person who tells me honestly what he thinks. He will always be there for me. I love you Daddy!
Thought: Your daddy is the man that you can count on 100% of the time! Where would daughters be without them?
Prayer: Dear Heavenly Father, thank you so much for my daddy. Help me to show my love to him, help me to replace all the hateful words with kind words, help me to see how much I need him, and help me to see all the good things he does instead of staying hung up on all the bad. Amen. Hadley Jauer, student at Karnes City High School.
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