I named this theme ‘Papa lil girl’, a tribute to the upcoming Father’s Day. No matter how old I have grown to become, or how many gray hair I may have (oh well, you can’t quite count my gray hair since I color my hair regularly), or if my skin is covered with countless of age spots; in the eyes of my daddy, I will always be his treasured little girl.
I am the youngest at home, between my sister and I, my father is closer to me, perhaps because I am mostly at home. Since small, I have been a homely person, while my sister was (and still is) a wild horse ever needing to venture the big wide world outside.
Being a better listener than my sister, I spend more time with my dad listening to his old and new stories. It’s been widely acknowledged by relatives that I take after my dad more too.
I took the pictures of the bears with some standard backdrop and also added a small tin chest which I received as a gift in Cambodia. I placed Keidi in the tin chest to reflect that she will always be Kenny’s treasured little baby girl.
When I was smaller, whenever I ran into some trouble with the school teachers (oh yeah, I used to argue quite a fair bit with my Secondary School teachers), I would come home and tell my dad about it. Ok, you guessed it, perhaps it was a cunning little trick I was taking, to prepare my dad before the school did….LOL.. My dad never fail to back me up. To be honest, I really think I was in the ‘right’ and I was merely standing by what I thought was right to do.
I planned to make a mama little boy last month, before Mother’s Day arrived, I was so interrupted with other urgent orders, I couldn’t bring the project to realization. I am glad I made it to Father’s Day. Truly, I am my papa little girl. 🙂