When I was a child playing baseball, football, and basketball. He was always supportive and very often one of my coaches.
There are just too many of them to try and remember, I have to say, everything we did together.
The trips we went on together. First was the mission trip to Romania. My second time out of the country and probably the most influential trip yet. The second was to Europe as part of a leadership learning experience. My father did most of the research on where we were going, took all the pictures, and all I had to to was enjoy it with him. We bargained about trips to museums, hats, and trinkets to take home. He always likes museums, I only like some.
When he was teaching me how to swim at Lakeport, Michigan on Lake Huron. I'll never forget it, or how to swim. He was a lifeguard when he was younger and he made sure all eight of my brothers and sisters knew how to swim from the first time we went in the lakes.
When I was younger my father and I used to go fishing a lot. It was great fun being outdoors with him and he taught me so much! Nowadays though we just seem to have different interests
The best moment with my father would be he climed the coconut tree just to get me a fresh buko juice in our garden and open it for me and provide a spoon out of it.. After not seeing him for 2 years. That makes my heart melt.
Whenever we talk on the phone, it is always exciting to know what his next move or plans are. Knowing that he is well and my stepmother is a relief as they are so faraway I always worry about them.
I was less than 8 and we went for picnic every summer day on a riverside. I played my games with my younger brother and our friends, he was reading some books or have fun with us. Great time!
The day I introduced him to my fiance and he told me that I had done well.
I have lots of best memories with my father, I can't mention all of them. But I want to share one thing, respect your parents and realize their value.
My father taught me how to swim is though it is not one moment but were many, I still love to swim with him. Now he is an an old man and he says I almost overtake him and manage to swim more laps. But I slow down and he is still fantastic and I love swimming with him whenever I visit him abroad.
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