How do you describe your father?

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Re: How do you describe your father?

Post by Mercy Bolo » 19 Oct 2017, 13:36

I describe my father as hardworking, loving and protective.

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I describe my father as hardworking, loving and protective.

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I describe my father as hardworking, loving and protective.
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Post by powergirl » 02 Nov 2017, 17:29

my father is a man with faith because he fears God and walk through spiritual ways.
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Post by Lincolnshirelass » 14 Nov 2017, 04:21

I lost my dad many years ago now (he was only in his early 60s) and for a while it was hard to think of him other than the bed-ridden invalid he had become, in pain and sometimes scared, though he had great courage to the end. But now I have regained the memory and image of a funny, kind, sometimes aggravating (but always with a twinkle in his eye) man who loved Rugby and fish and chips and male voice choirs.
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Post by Jideofor5050 » 15 Nov 2017, 05:42

The description is self dependent!

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Post by MLove83 » 21 Nov 2017, 09:31

Serina Vitrino wrote:Not very smart, fiercely loyal, stubborn, funny, an addict, dedicated to his children succeeding, flawed, a hard worker. A simple, complicated man
My father is very similar. Not the brightest, as he dropped out of school after 8th? 10th? grade and makes dumb mistakes without learning from them. Also an addict. Has a huge heart, and will give what little he has, but can also be selfish and pretty cruel. S-T-U-B-B-O-R-N. Flawed, yes. A hard worker, yes, although that changes as his alcoholism and depression affects him. Absolutely a simple, complicated man, as are my feelings for him. I love him almost as much as I hate him.
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Post by inaramid » 15 Dec 2017, 03:22

A good provider. Stoic and imposing, but he has always been the pillar of the family. Fathers are like that, I guess, for the most part.

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