Happy Father’s Day

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Happy Father’s Day to the greatest dad a girl
could possibly have.  Even though I am my dad’s height in heels I was
always carry the title of “Daddy’s Little Girl.”  He came to the United
States at 25 (same age I am now) to start a new and better life for him
and his wife and in the future for his children.  My mom followed him
shortly after because it took her forever to get her Visa to leave
Poland so her and my dad actually had to get married 3 times in order to
prove that they are actually married.  Well 30 years later they are
still happily married and have two kids, myself and my brother.
When
my dad came here he didn’t know English so he started to teach
himself.  He read many books and even though he could only speak a few
sentences he tried looking for jobs, even if they were dead end ones
just to be able to put food on the table.  Well my dad’s first job here
in the states was working at a gas station for very little money, but he
did it. 
After that my dad knew enough
English to get a college degree since the one he had from Poland didn’t
count for anything.  He managed to get his degree and landed a really
good job working in his field; computer graphics.  He slowly worked his
way to the top and now all those Lancome advertisements you see, yup my
dad has worked on those 🙂
I’m very proud
to call him my daddy aka Tatusiu, he has worked so hard for so many
years and I hope one day I can give back to him as much as he gave to
me.  When my grandfather passed away (his dad), he made a few major
promises to me and my dad fulfilled them for him in his absence.  I will
never forget all of the sacrifices both him and my mom made for me and
well I guess my brother too hehe.
I hope you have a good Father’s Day daddy, Wszystkiego Najlepszego z okazji Dzien Taty!!
Love always,
Misia
Enjoy the pictures 🙂