Yesterday morning, just before I started working, I browse Facebook and watched the newly uploaded video of Globe for the Father’s Day, #LetDadKnow. I want to cry but I’m holding my tears for two reasons: (1) Cause I’m in my office table and it’s so weird and funny if I cry; and (2) Le Boss cannot know that I’m Facebook-ing while on working hours. 😀
I shared the video on my wall, but I’m not contented with it. I want to write about it. I want to tell the whole world that “Hey, that’s my father!” I mean, not the actor on the video, but the character, gantong ganto si Daddy.
Every night after work, Daddy picks me up on the bus stop. No matter how late it is, he comes. Sometimes, I need to go out with friends or a date, though he’s telling me that it’s already late, yet he’ll still allow me, and still, picks me up wherever I asked him to. Whenever I need him, he’s a one call away. Like if me and my friends need a ride going to somewhere, or needing a help on something, he’s there. He helps me, he helps my friends, he helps my friends’ family, especially if it has something to do with government documents (He’s a government employee btw). He always make sure that whenever I’m out, I’m doing fine, and I’m doing my part as well by informing him wherever I am and who’s with me. He’s texting me everyday, to remind me to take care and God bless. He also lets me know that he loves me by texting I Love You every now and then.
Globe’s father’s day video tells it all. I felt proud, lucky and happy having a father like that.
Happy father’s day Daddy Gerry! I love you!
** Here’s the link to the video, #LetDadKnow