Then again, if given the chance, I wouldn't want to change anything from birth. Because I am who I am today because of my past. And if there's one thing I learn from my papa is acceptance. He taught me about taking life easy and live without regrets.
He accepts me for who I was and who I am and I believe strongly that he will accept me for who I will be.
He accepts that I am the quieter daughter (an attribute I got from him anyways *wink*).
He accepts that I'm a fighter because I'm not a natural book-smart (although I'm a fast leaner).
He accepts that I wanted to be a writer (although he had always wanted me to be a nurse).
He accepts that I have a choice of belief in religion and values (as long as my conscience is clear).
He accepts that I am different and I want different things (from how I see it now, I might have been a little rebel).
My papa and I, we have had our row of disagreements. He doesn't always agree with my decisions and each time, he doesn't fail to show me that he disapproves. Nonetheless, he let me and he always comes to accept my choices.
The way I turn out, I think my dad (and mum too) did an awesome job in letting me grow up in my own terms. And I know no matter how big or old I grow, I'll always be their little girl.
I'm blessed to be my papa's (little) girl.
Happy Father's Day!