A Letter To My Family
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A Letter To My Family

I can never thank my family enough.

A Letter To My Family
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Dear Family,

I can never thank you enough for all that you have done for me and taught me. Let me just go through the list and tell you why.

To my Older Brother

Thank you for being the one I always look up to. We were a team growing up, and that was the best time ever. Not only did I learn through your mistakes, you also taught me lessons. Although we had so many times that we fought, both physically and verbally, it has been so great. Now we look back on those memories and laugh until we cry, wishing we could go back ro relive them. And so I would like to thank you for being my rolemodel.

To my Younger Sister

Thank you for being a pain in my butt. You may get on my nerves a lot, but we also have fun a lot. I have always strived to be your rolemodel just like our older brother was to me, and hopefully I have succeeded. Now that it is just you, me, and our younger brother living with mom and dad, we do so much together. Whether it's on a trip or vacation, we are usually doing all kinds of activities together. So I would like to thank you for being there all the time, even though you drive me nuts.

To my Younger Brother

Even though we don't havg out much, it's a hoot when we do. When my younger siblings and I get together to talk about the past, it's so fun to here your side because you are the baby. Us? We were never the baby, you have that spot. You are also very well educated on a lot of subjects. I may get annoyed that you are constantly on your phone watching Youtube and stuff, but you must be learning something. With that, I would like to thank you for teaching me sometimes.

To my Mom

First I would like to start with, thank you for still calling the doctor and everything for me. You are an angel. On to a more serious note, I could never ask for a better mom. You cheer me on and brag about me and my siblings so much. It's so awesome to know that through this crazy life, we will at least of one supporter. You have also taught me so many lessons and let me know about your mistakes, so I don't make the same ones. You and dad have ALWAYS been there for us and are always at any kind of dinner, sporting event, band or choir event, bakesale, etc. more than I saw any other parents. So thank you for loving us unconditionally.

To my Dad

I can not so enough about you. You are so wise and have taught me endless lessons. My favorite talks with you are when I am the only one with you. They have really shaped my thoughts now. I also love the ability to have quick comebacks and humor, that really comes in handy. You have taught me things like how to manage money, what kind of men to avoid, how to be independent, and so much more. I couldn't ask for more. Like I mentioned above, you and mom were always and anything that me or my siblings had, and it has taught us that you and mom love us unconditionally. I only hope that if I ever have kids, I can be as good of a parent that you and mom are. So thank you for loving us unconditionally.

I love all of you guys to no end and would never trade you for another family. My siblings and I may fight a lot and we may retaliate a lot, but look where we are now. We are doing just fine. To my family, thank you for being my family.


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