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Keep pressing forward Ashley Never look back my dad use to always sayto me No matter what happens make sure you continue moving forward WhenI was younger I had no clue what he was talking about At seven youthink Is daddy ok Is something wrong or Oh my God whats wrongWhen you get older those words start to make sense I remember my dadliving paycheck-to-paycheck taking care of my grandparents and I in onehousehold trying to constantly make ends meet My dad was a X-rayTechnician in Houston for 32yrs not missing a day Everyone knew my dad wasa hard worker and a provider that would sacrifice time money balletrecitals and sporting events to make sure that not only was I taken careof but the entire family was as well Even though my dad stayed busyworking he never forgot to encourage me to do stay dedicated to schoolworkand extra curricular activities The one club I am most proud of being apart of is the Student Council Association I was able to make a change inthe way the student body was represented I worked hard so that diversitywas not a problem in our school but an asset I knew that my father wantedwas to see me graduate and I didnt want to let him down I gave my besteffort in everything I did and received my diploma the happiest and mostaccomplishing feeling Ive felt in my life Two years after graduation my father became extremely sick with kidneydisease and diabetes Seeing my father in pain each and everyday made ithard for me to work and go to school At this time I was unable to stayfocused on my studies and provide for myself Each time I began a semesterI though about what my father did for me to try to cope with his illnessAs the semesters progressed I knew I couldnt let him go through thisalone After deciding to stay by
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