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They raised be to work for everything I have and be respectful
They are my biggest supporters and have picked me up no matter how many times i have fallen. I love my parents more and more the older I get I have realized just how important they truely are to me.
They supported me in all my choices and dreams, no matter how far it took me. My mom told me to RUN when I told her i was coming to wyoming for school and to live (30 hrs from them), dad i don't think was to thrilled, but he got over it.. lol. My mom was the one who really supported me in rodeo. I think dad gave up after his lil girl hit the bull riding circuit hard and started leaving the horses at home and jumping in a truck with my guys.. Mom just said u get hurt DONt call me.. lol. and when i did get seriously injured, she thought it was just a hip pointer and the driver of the ambulance and her thought it was funny to hit all the pothole for 30 miles.. NOT!
They raised me and gave me a chance at life. The have taught me everything I know, and i still learn new things from them. If i have any problems, i usually call them first... I love them even tho we fight, but they are my parents and I miss them every day, but i did what was best for me, and it was to move here and pursue my dreams
i was raised by my Mom and stepdad. i am thankful thati had parents that made us sit down as a famy for.dinner and who attended every football game i marched with the.band in. they helped when we really needed it but let us learn for ourselves. they taught us manners and to respect our elders. i still say yes mam and will not put my elbows on a table. i lost my dad ten years ago this year tragically and unexpectedly and i miss him terribly, but to illustrate the kind of man he wa-he told myblittle brother, his only biological child, he told.him one day when.we were growing up, and i quote "son, you are my only biological.child, but don't think for a second that you are any better than those two girls in there." he was referring to my sister and i. i have been able to take what he taught me and apply it to raising my own step.children....i was very lucky