Devoted Dad=Happy Children
One thing my dad specifically had to adjust to was the new technology that was being developed.
My father played for Northwestern football before my sister and I were born. His position on the field was a defensive lineman.
Here is a picture of my dad. This is his business picture, he has been working for Colliers International for about ten years.
“Bang bang bang!” Goes the dryer as I turn around soping wet eager to come out and be worn. I see a familiar figure, who is my owner, approach the surroundings I am in. The figure opens the door and pulls me out probably for the final game. My owner has talked about quitting football and I never could grasp why. Here I am about to begin the last of my days as a football jersey. Who knows where I’ll go after the last game. As I get pulled over my owners head I realize that this could be the last time I’ll ever be worn. I begin to move as the helmet is placed on top of my owners head. I move even more as my owner begins to run on to the field. I hear the crowd roar as I approach the center of the field. Around me I see a crowd of people hollering with glee. I started to realize that maybe the end isn’t as frightening as it seems to be. The people within this stadium seemed to have enjoyed the pride of my owner having me worn over his protective gear. Nevertheless the fact of being worn on my owners back but also the experience I have had being a walking representation of my owner's skill. Watching all these people with excitement filled in their eyes proves to me I have nothing to worry about in the future. I have done my job as making my owners dreams come true and now it is time to retire. Who knows maybe I’ll find a new owners whose dreams will come true.