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Joy ride

Pops carMy father was not an overly educated man, most of his life he spent it doing four things, working hard so he could bring money home, finding excuses to celebrate something, working on his car -replica in the picture- and trying to be the best father he could be, whenever he had the time; so I was pleasantly surprised when browsing through marketplace on Saturday night, I stumbled upon an exact replica of the vehicle I would safely say he loved as much as me.

Growing up I was not exactly the easiest child, the world was loud, smelly and noisy and I would have panic attacks or willingly isolate myself with an ease that my mother found both annoying and refreshing, as my sister was the loud one always getting herself into trouble, but this meant I spent most of my life knowing that there was something wrong with me, but no one being able to tell me exactly what it was, until I turned 19 and got diagnosed.

My father made a big difference in my life, he was my hero and my best friend, the one man I loved more than anything in the world and knew he would not judge me or hate me and would always love me as I was no matter what; my best memories when growing up would be of our trips to school, he would drive us in his bright blue car with the gypsy kings at full blast, babbling in Spanish about how amazing it was to be Spanish and how sorry he felt for those who weren’t -we moved around a lot, so this made sure we were culturally very Spanish, no matter where in the world we were and amazingly the car always came with us-.

One of the things we would do, of which my mother never found out, was to skip school if I was having a particularly difficult day, he’d simply call in, take the morning off and spend the morning driving around with me, playing his favorite music and telling me stories about Spain and how his father was a professional soccer player, -a fact he was very proud of- still to this day whenever I’m having a very hard day, I look back on our joyrides and how good they made me feel, not because I was skipping school, but because of all the trouble he’d go through just to try and make me feel better.

When my turn came to be a parent, I did so with the same amount of unconditional love and dedication he put into raising us and I truly believe that it shows, but there is not a day I don’t miss talking to him, trying to figure out why the world seemed so confusing to me and him making every possible effort to make me see it the way he did.

Happy father’s day Papa, I miss you terribly; I know you are looking from on high and smiling when you see me with Skylar and Zachy.

Happy Father’s day to all the parents out there, in RL and SL alike, it is very easy to make a child, but extremely hard to be a good parent.

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