I love my daughter

I am sitting here in my living room with my daughter while she does homework.  TV is off.  Stereo is on.  What she likes touches me.  She pays attention to the lyrics.  I can tell she has a good soul.  She is so amazing.  I love her more than anything in this entire universe.  She’s so pretty and I love her so much that it hurts sometimes.  I tear up when I think of how wonderful she is.  She’s growing up too fast for me.  I want more time with her.  Time is the one thing we cannot get back.  We need to use it wisely and take care of ourselves so that we can maximize our time with people we love.  <——— This is very important.

I love you so much Elsa.  You are the love of my life sweetheart.  I will always love you, no matter what.  I will not judge you.  I will always forgive you.  I will always help you when you need help.  After my body dies (of natural causes….nothing is planned folks), I will always be with you.  My soul will be by your side always.  Stay Beautiful my love.

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2 responses to “I love my daughter

  1. Susie

    Aw. I too have a daughter. She is 40 now and sadly, she has been an addict her entire adult life. Alcohol as well as some ‘minor’ drugs. We had a separation 3 years ago. I am unable to deal with her and her violent, unpredictable moods, I hope one day we can reunite. There is such a beautiful person behind that horrific addict. In the meantime, we have taken in an 11 year old homeless girl. What a sweetheart. She so kind, so smart, so funny. It is as if we were handed a fresh start. Daughters are lovely, no matter what. There are just some things outside of our wishes.

  2. Susie, That is so sad. I’m sorry to hear that. I hope you can make a difference in the 11 year olds life. She so needs it. You are right in that some things are outside of our wishes. I wish that were not true. I always see your comments and enjoy them. I hope you have a good day. 🙂

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