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Incredible performance from Danielle and Hunter!
My daddy CHOOSE me! He adopted me when I was a year old.
After I found out I was adopted I was confused and hurt at first but it soon
faded away when I realized that I was WANTED. I learned that it takes more than
DNA to be a REAL father. He has been my ROCK through out my whole life. I would
not be the person I am today without his love and guidance. He is a Lutheran
pastor and I have been blessed to witness his love for the Lord to everyone he
meets. This year for the first time since I was a child I will be able to spend
Father\'s Day with him. I am truly blessed to have Pastor Bob Wolfert has my
By the way, here's the interview with Noelle about her dad on the Rick and Kim show this morning...good stuff!
Be sure to send us YOUR story about why you think your dad is awesome...just go to our website at www.miss103.com and click on the "Who's Your Daddy" link. And click here to check out our other great dads chosen so far to qualify for the grand prize drawing tomorrow morning on MISS 103!
A big THANK YOU to Phil Vassar for being our guest on the Rick and Kim show this morning on MISS 103....and if you missed the great interview and want to know a few things you DIDN'T know about Phil...here you go!
And since Phil is an admitted "ladies man".... see if he's in the Best Lookin' Country Guys Collection. Just click here!
PHE-NOM-ME-NAL!!! Danille Bradberry from last night on The Voice. Please take our Rick and Kim Poll below..thanks!
Click here for our MISS 103 Fathers Day Photo Gallery..and hope YOUR dad will be next!
Growing up with my dad always seemed impossible. He always
worked and never seemed to be around and when he was, he was always solemn and very strict. For the longest time I thought I hated him.
Every way my father told me not to go, I made SURE to go. I even moved out for a year after high school just to get away. Well it took me twenty years and a kick in the pants by the real world, but I finally realized that my dad is one of the most hard working, loving men I know.
He works seven days a week, from early morning to most times past midnight, because he is going to make sure his family is fed
and has a roof over their head. And you know what? He doesn\'t complain. He just carries on and it kills me to know that I never gave him any credit but just an extremely hard time.
I think my dad not only needs a break but to feel appreciated like he should have for the past twenty years of my life. Now that
I understand that, I would love nothing more than to give him an awesome gift.
My step dad, Jimmy Allgood, has been a second father to me for about ten years. He was there supporting me through first dates, high school, sports, my decisions, and now with my son.
He has five kids of his own, but he was special and didn\'t mind adding me to the bunch. He is loving, caring, supportive, and a hard working man.
Even though he works from 4:30am to 5:30pm, he still comes home and helps me with my son and any other task
I need help with. He is an amazing role model, and an AWESOME DAD!