Happy Fathers' Day!

Happy Father's Day to everyone out there who is a father, brother, husband, fiance, friend, granfather, uncle, etc! This is the day when we celebrate YOU! (I know this is a bit late, but still!)

I want to take this day to say a special message to my own father. Dad, you are amazing. I love you so much. You are always by my side and you support me no matter what. You have always believed in me and you never let anyone hurt or discouarge me. You always encouarge me to follow my dreams and to go for what I want. You are a strong man - inside and out. Your love for us is amazing and your ability to see the positive in every situation is admirable. You were always by my side when I was ill in the ICU, making sure that I was taken care of. As an adult, you inspire me to learn all that I can and to do my best. You have never pushed me to do anything, and you always support us. You work so hard for all of us and you have shown me that no one has the right to tell me that I am not good enough. You play a major role in my recovery because you continue to believe that I am strong and that I can accomplish whatever I put my mind to. Your dedication to your job and to your family is beyond honourable and your love for everyone is beautiful. You are the most admirable man in the world. I could not ask for a better friend or father than what God has blessed me with. Daddy, no matter how old I get, I will always be your little girl. I enjoy spending time with you and each day I see you, I realize how blessed I am to have you in my life. Thank you for believing in me, and for showing me that I have the ability to do wonderful things. You are the best doctor in the world, and I see this when I hear of all the amazing things your patients say about you. I truly believe that no one is able to understand just how hard you work to ensure that everyone you deal with is comfortable, safe, and happy. Daddy, you are my knight in shining armour. I know that there is no man in the entire world that can love me the way you do. Thank you , baba, for being my father, my friend.

Please take the time today to tell the dads out there how much they mean to us!

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