Family Always Comes First
When my friends knock on my door, they always ask me if I could fix their speakers or install the speakers to their car. Whenever I do this, it always reminds me of my dad fixing my uncle house when he asked my dad if he could fix his house when his family was moving to another house.
One day my uncle came by to ask my dad if he could fix his house since he was moving to another house. Later that same day my dad started to fix my uncle’s house. Since the day was almost over my dad told my uncle that he came back the next day to try and finish it for my uncle to start moving his stuff in so he can start staying there.
The next day my dad woke up early in the morning to go fix and finish my uncle’s house. So my dad went he stared taking out his stuff and items that he’s going to need to use for and to go and fix my uncle house so he did he started putting on new doors then he put the door knobs on the doors.
My dad was almost done with my uncle house. When he started covering the holes on the walls then he waited for it to get dry after waiting a couple of minutes he started to put the final touches to the house all he needed to do is just paint the walls and just help my uncle bring some of his stuff to his house after the paint dries.
Now since my dad was finished with the house, “my uncle would always call me,” he tells me if I could ask my dad if he could fix his new house and change the paint on the new house. My dad says yes since he always helps my uncle with his house since he always say “family always comes first.” From now on I still help my friends and my dad always helps his brother.
Submitted by Anonymous
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