Just like any other family dad got along better with some siblings better than others. He had always hung out with Michelle and Jeremy. My uncle Jeremy and my father always played outside together they liked the same things and were pretty close in age. The other sibling that my dad was closer to was my aunt Michelle, due to the fact that she w... ... middle of paper ... ...fe and was happy with what God had given him. My dad had shown me one really important thing in life, you have to enjoy life and never take it for granted.
Above all else, though, the love and commitment Grandpa gave to my Grandpa – throughout nearly 70 years of marriage, vigorously represents his unwavering devotion. Their eternal love and commitment to one another has been a great inspiration to me and exemplifies everything that I have and continue to strive for in my own marriage. If there was ever a love story for us to marvel, that is and always will be it. We could sit here for days, months, and weeks-on-end reliving memories and the great life lessons my Grandpa has bestowed on us – and it’s heartbreaking to know that he’s not here to make
My Hero, My Grandfather My grandfather was a very loving man, he loved his family more than anything he had known. The only thing that could compare to his love for his family, was his love for his country. In his life he would have to make many sacrifices for his country, and the second would be supporting his wife and kids. He took on hardships with ease, he always had a certain calmness to him, this is something I idolize about him, I would like to learn how to act this way. He’s my hero because he was special, not like anyone else I have ever met, he knew he was special, but he never he never flaunted it.
My Grandpa was all about family dinners, having fun and spending time together. He also was all about personal accountability, doing your very best and striving for more in life. He was one of the strongest men I have had the privilege to know. As a child I knew my grandfather was special but it wasn’t until I was older and saw how he cared for all of us, that I realized just how special
My family growing up consisted of my dad, my mom, my brother, and I. Of course we all had mutual love for one another, but it was just a different type of love than most families I encountered. I was always very close to my dad. Of course we had some disagreements, but he and I just always clicked. Despite our financial struggles, he always remained positive and would constantly remind me that the love we shared was stronger than any amount of money we could possess.
My Father brings enlightenment into my life by providing food on the table for my family and helping me whenever I deal with car troubles. It’s a way for us to connect and bond after a long day of college or in his instance, work. My mother on the other hand, helps me through problems and gives me advices on situations that I need help with. She always greets me with a smile and there is no amount of money to describe how much that is valuable to me. Lastly, my two younger brothers are something I cherish very closely.
My Dad: My Hero “Any man can be a Father but it takes someone special to be a dad.” -Anne Geddes. The older I get, the more and more I learn to truly appreciate this quote. I have been blessed by being born into the family that I have, but sometimes I take that for granted. One person that has always been a constant role model for me is none other than my father. When people ask me to describe my dad I would say that he’s a hard worker, intelligent, kind, respectable, respectful, and a strong Christian.
The money from the sales gave my mother a sizeable nest egg to retire on, which would have made my father very happy. My father was always there for me, whether I wanted him to be or not. Most of the time, as an adolescent trying to claim my independence, I saw this as a problem. Looking back I now realize it was a problem every child needs, having a loving father. As hard as I tried to fight it, my dad instilled in me the good values and work ethic to be an honest and responsible member of society.
A promise that left me with a beautiful memory, and up to now I remember as if I am reliving it. My grandpa was the greatest grandfather of all, he always took care of his little girl, and even after being gone for so long he still care. I have no doubt that everyone in the family has a wonderful memory, of the man that played with us. It is hard to forget someone so important in your life, someone that gave everything that he was to make you happy. He was the man that always kept his promise, the promise that change his little girl’s life.
I have a guardian watching over me in heaven,I call him Abuelo. Ever since I was a young girl, I admired my grandfather as a hero and a role-model. My beloved grandfather ,Alberto Schellemberg, has had an everlasting imprint on my soul. When I think of my Abuelo, tears come to my eyes as I recall my fond memories I have of him.The long phone calls I had with him and the special visits.He provided me with an abundance of unconditional love,kindness,patience ,comfort,and motivation.My grandfather taught me that you don’t need a cape nor an eye mask to be hero .He taught me certain values that helped shape who I am today. My grandfather may seem to be like every other grandfather, soft and caring.