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Did you ever ask yourself if you would be happy living in your fathers shoes If you ever asked yourself that question you probably would end up regretting not noticing everything your father does so much for you out of love and that you blindly never even notice the love or return it with a simple thank you Martinez Serros Distillation and Haydens These Winter Sundays both deal with a fatherly love and how despite a difficult life fathers undergo pain yet sons dont fully appreciate it Both of these families seem to have a difficult life As you can tell in the story Distillation The father of this story took his kids early in the morning to go to the dumpster There type of transportation was a cart They didnt have any money to own a car or even take the bus The father had to pull them on a cart The way they made a living was to pick trash up at the dumpster They had to search all day just for some food to eat For the father in These Winter Sundays he had to work everyday even on Sundays The sons father had worked so hard that there was pain showing from his hands The hands of the fathers were cracked and hurting All from the work he had done so his family would have a fire lit in the morning Fathers have to suffer a lot for their children The father in Distillation tends be like a hero to his children taking all the hits of hail The youngest son seemed to have had always looked up to him throughout the story because of the pain his father went through for him This father pulled his children in the harsh storm home and through the pains of uphill and long city roads to the dumpster When it was hailing shards of ice the childrens father shielded them with a tarp
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