Thank You, Dad, For Being My Best Friend
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Thank You, Dad, For Being My Best Friend

Love, your favorite daughter.

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Thank You, Dad, For Being My Best Friend
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Dear dad,

Thank you for everything.

Thank you for keeping me set on the right path. You always tell me what you think about everything, especially when you disagree with what is going on. You always tell me what I need to hear when I need to hear it.

Thank you for loving me no matter what I do or what I tell you.

Thank you for always knowing just what to say when I come to you.

Thank you for making me laugh and all the bad jokes.

Thank you for passing your music taste on to me. (AC/DC rocks by the way)

Thank you for always pushing me to be the best that I can be. For always expecting the best from me.

Thank you for instilling the hatred for being late to anything into my personality.

Thank you for believing in me, especially when I'm struggling with something.

Thank you for teaching me how to play video games.

Thank you for not getting mad at me when I was learning to drive.

Thank you for teaching me not to take crap from anybody.

Thank you for opening our home to my friends whenever they needed somewhere to stay.

Thank you for being there to give me a hug when I've had a bad day.

But most of all thank you for being my best friend,

Love,

Your favorite daughter

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