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On a trip to play in a tournament in Chicago my hockey team encountered some drunken gang members who chased us into our hotel One of my teammates was punched in the eye and pushed into a bush When we finally caught our breath we told our fathers about the problem causing my father to rush down to the lobby As he emerged from the elevator seven men greeted him Two of the younger men threatened my friend and I which enticed us to yell back at them As we were yelling back at them the two men to attack us My dad who is a very powerful individual impeded the men while dragging them out the front entrance The police arrived shortly to arrest the men making me extremely proud of my father whom I admire and would like to emulate because he has become such a strong figure in my lifeMy Dad who can do much more than stop bullies also possesses many skills that enable him to fix just about anything he can get his hands on Our house which used to look old and outdated now looks like a brand new home because of all my Dads remodeling When we moved my father immediately put in all new windows and hung new siding Since then all the bedrooms have been completely remodeled with newly painted and repaired walls new trim and beautiful six panel doors My dad whose list of things to do never ends also converted our kitchen which used to look plain and disgusting into a beautiful and modern setting My fathers most recent project that I assisted him on was rebuilding our entire deck last summer I hope that I am smart enough to be as handy around the house as my fatherTen years ago my father looking heavy and out of shape decided that he needed to get back into good physical condition At first losing weight
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