Before I had my daughter I was out here doing nothing, just wasting time.  I could have been signed  up for G.E.D. classes , I don’t know what took me so long. But every time I look into her eyes it just makes me want to do right.  I don’t even have to look at her, I could just be about to do something dumb and I think if I do this I might not be able to see her for a long time.  I  cant let anything get in the way of me seeing my child.  I think I would litterally die.  I want to do all positive things so that I can give my daughter what I didn’t have.  I don’t want her to be like, “my father doesn’t do anything  for me” or “he’s always broke.”  I want her to always know  that she can come to me for anything.  I’ll be there in a blink of an eye. Shes all I got and shes always going to be taken care of

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Do Stereotypes Fit Me?

January 12, 2010

The only stereotype I think I fit under is joker.  If I had to pick if that was good or bad, I would have to say it was good.  The reason I say that is because nine times out of ten, if you’re a boy and could make a girl laugh then you got her.  Funny people are always the center of attention.  But on the other side, if you’re known for playing or joking, a lot of people may not take you seriously.  That’s why you’re not supposed to play all the time.  There is a place and a time for everything. The next stereotype is jock. That’s a bad one because the media tries to portray jocks as dumb sports player who can play sports and nothing else outside of the sports they play.  The strong silent type doesn’t apply to me either. A sk my girl if you think I’m lying.  I don’t bite my tongue for anybody.  I don’t try to be a big shot or an action hero because if you don’t live up to the title then everybody hates you.  And last but not least is Buffon.  I could never be whatever you call it because when it comes to my daughter,  I take the best care of her. I had too many brothers and sisters to not know what I’m doing.