My Dad is an Example

Has your dad ever been a good example for you? My dad is an example because he helps me when I need help, he taught me to love everyone, and most of all because he looks out for me and my family.

One reason that my dad is an example is because he helps me when I need help. For instance, he helps me with my homework. He also helps me with my chores when they are hard to do, like loading and unloading the dishes, especially when my siblings don’t wash their dishes out. Another example is that he helps me prepare for the day by helping me wake up and reminds me to brush my teeth and eat breakfast.

My next reason why my dad is an example for me is because he taught me to love everyone. For example, he taught me to love everyone even if you live in the same house. Another example is he taught me to love everyone even if you hate them. Overall, my dad taught me to love everyone whether or not you know them.

My last reason why my dad is an example for me is because he watches out for me and my family. First, he protects us and keeps us safe from danger. For Example, he helps my siblings stay away from bad people. Also, he taught us to stay away from strangers. He helps my family by looking out for us.

As you can see, this is why my dad is an example for me because he helps when I need help, he taught me to love everyone, and he looks out for me and my family.

story lead #1

I woke up to the worst thing I ever heard. “You don’t even care for our kid Rachel do you?” His dad shouted.

“Uh…um…” his mom mumbled in a high pitched voice

“Oh sure you do, oh sure.”

We need money and you have to get it for us.

WHAT DO YOU DO AROUND HERE!!” his dad yelled! the door slam shut.  I shot shot out of my room as fast, as my swinty legs could go. Then ran to my parents room.

“Sorry buddy mom is gone for good dude.” The dad said in a lousy voice.

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