oh man my dad...
well to say i look like him is an understatement! the only features i recieved from my moms side was a big chest and pretty blue eyes which i sure would have passed up for her legs and non chubby cheecked face..
however i am not anymore closer to my dad then i am to my mom. i just know who to go to for certain situations
joking but in all seriousness... anything animal or farm related is always directed at my dad and all personal problems get directed to mom
as for daddy daughter relationship i would say i am daddys favorite and if you asked my brother and middle sister they would say "yea well he loves you and moira the most"
bbut thats only because me and moira work to earn my parents respect and in return we get respect.
but my dad is the one i work on cars with, i go animal shopping with, shot guns with, go camping with, learned how to drive with, went to fire training to make him proud and even picked colleges with him and sadly went with a school he loved instead of one i loved..but it worked out great for me. my dad has helped me with so much that i dont think i honestly say he more then 2 negative things about him.
1. he is a jokester and usually my mom is the one on the other end of his jokes and she does not like his jokes, so...
2. he is a workacoholic! he needs something to do all the time. he makes a ton of lists and constantly starting new projects but never finishes them. i am always stuck finishing up his started projects... which he generally starts off wrong anyway.. so i wish he would leave most of his silly projects for me to do so i could just do them right and be done with it.
other then that he is all about putting other peoples needs before his. he works so much so that he can provide a good life for his family. he will drop work for any of our sports competitions or if we simple just need his help. he is always there for me and my family when we need him.
he is my dad and hopefully he will come back from vacation and we can have our traditional movie night.maybe i can convince him into watching a documentary