A Daddy’s Love

My daughter wrote this 2 years ago, I wanted to share.

Pocket Full of Memories

Daddy and I playing when I was 2

When I was just two I sat on your knee

At the Biggest Stadium that was ever meant to Be

I watched as you preached for hours on end

To people that didn’t know the truth or at least tried to pretend

All the while, knowing at such a young age

That you’re passion for God would never ever fade.

You played with me for hours until time for bed

Then you’d tuck me in tight and pray after we’d read.

You taught me to sing and how to ride my bike

Remember that time, you hand made my first kite?

You were my Hero

And I was your baby girl

From the very beginning

You were my whole World

As I started to grow up our relationship changed

Your hand still to guide me yet not in the same way

We talked about boys and how to be smart

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About missycaulk

As a transplanted Southerner, I have lived and raised five children in the Ann Arbor area for the past 37 years. I know that this is a truly great place to live. This blog is about Ann Arbor and the surrounding area's real estate. It is only my opinion.
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