My father, thirty-four years old, tall, thin lips, tall nose, wearing a pair of gold glasses, black hair, looks cool. My father has a strong endurance. He not only loves his work, but also has a cheerful personality. He never loses his temper.
My father is a workaholic, a day evening, he was at home is also an unshakable stand, sit at the computer room is not drawing is to look at the computer. Because he is a two computer division! Only one day off - Sunday, he also computer half a day to find information on the computer.
Once, I was doing my maths homework, suddenly there is a star question stumped me, I left to right want, with two pieces of papers, or do not come out. I went to ask my father, and dad saw it. I took a piece of paper and drew a picture for me. He spoke three times, and my mind was still blank. I thought my father was going to scold me and thought, "Oh, no!""! My father said: "the father, to tell you again". I was very happy, this time I understand, I do my homework properly and logically arranged. On the second day, the teacher praised my question. "It was all my dad's credit," I thought".
I am proud of having such a father.
My father is thirty-six years old this year, he is very handsome, tall body, total love cropped hair, black eyebrows with a pair of bright eyes, high nose, smiled his white teeth, dark skin, I often jokingly said: "you are so black as Africans, ha ha."
My father was kind and stern to me. Whenever I got one hundred points, Dad kept hugging me, praise me, buy me a gift when I got ninety below two, Dad let me stand, and speak out the wrong reason to ask, I forget to write the name of an examination, the teacher gave me a sentence of zero and after school, my father very angry, asked me to stand for an hour in the downstairs, let me always remember this lesson.
I remember my father often told me that when he was young, because the family was poor and did not go to school, so he is very painful, very high expectations for me, I hope I cherish a better learning environment, he gave me the name 'may' to which. Every time I do my homework, my father takes a book and sits next to me to see what he does. It makes me realize that people are never too old to learn. Dad, I will not live up to what you expect of me. Here, I want to say to you: "you are laborious, I love you."."