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Daddy Daughter Dance


This Friday Gabby and Michael went to Gabby's first dance.  The Daddy Daughter Dance was put on by the Girl Scouts.  I ran Escape Artist while Michael took Gabby on a "date" and then to the dance.  Gabby got all dolled up and Daddy wore a tie because Gabby insisted.  They went to Gabby's favorite restaurant, Texas Roadhouse, and then they headed to the dance.  They had a lot of fun.  Michael said they danced, and ate, and Gabby even led a cha-cha line for a while.  Gabby knows how to party and her and Daddy enjoyed the night of fun.  The good news is, I managed to keep the business open and it ran smoothly thanks to the employees until I got to hand it back over to Michael a few hours after opening.  Gabby is already for next year's dance.  I am so glad that she has the chance so young to learn how a lady should be treated.  Gabby is so lucky to have an amazing Daddy who lives for her.



Those curls!


Helping Daddy with his tie


Giving preview of how they would dance

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