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Community, Confidence, and Friends: L) faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said 'Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said路So what, they don't own the skate park. She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said Hey, excuse me... immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?' You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. Helping hand
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 faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said 'Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said路So what, they don't own the skate park. She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said Hey, excuse me...
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?' You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
Helping hand

Helping hand

Community, Confidence, and Friends: L) faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said 'Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said路So what, they don't own the skate park. She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said Hey, excuse me... immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?' You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. Helping hand
Community, Confidence, and Friends: L)
 faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said 'Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said路So what, they don't own the skate park. She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said Hey, excuse me...
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?' You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
Helping hand

Helping hand

Community, Confidence, and Friends: L) faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said 'Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said路So what, they don't own the skate park. She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said Hey, excuse me... immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?' You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. Helping hand via /r/wholesomememes http://bit.ly/2t4oMUO
Community, Confidence, and Friends: L)
 faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said 'Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said路So what, they don't own the skate park. She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said Hey, excuse me...
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?' You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
Helping hand via /r/wholesomememes http://bit.ly/2t4oMUO

Helping hand via /r/wholesomememes http://bit.ly/2t4oMUO

Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys"I calmly said So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me... immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. Wholesome comes from many places
Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys"I calmly
 said So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me...
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
Wholesome comes from many places

Wholesome comes from many places

Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said "So what, they don't own the skate park She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me.. I immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you: A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. 3 0 0 6 lastsonlost: browsedankmemes: Wholesome confession via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2Qfg3ZZ @boy-positive
Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said "So what, they don't own the skate park She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me.. I
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you: A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
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Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said "So what, they don't own the skate park She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me.. I immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you: A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. 3 0 0 6 Wholesome confession via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2Qfg3ZZ
Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said "So what, they don't own the skate park She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me.. I
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you: A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
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 0
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Wholesome confession via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2Qfg3ZZ

Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said "So what, they don't own the skate park She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me.. I immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you: A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. 3 0 0 6 Wholesome confession
Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said "So what, they don't own the skate park She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me.. I
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you: A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
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 0
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Wholesome confession

Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said Hey, excuse me..' 1 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you Want to share this. there are good people in this world.
Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said Hey, excuse me..' 1
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you
Want to share this. there are good people in this world.

Want to share this. there are good people in this world.

Community, Confidence, and Friends: 0 0 faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said 'So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said "Hey, excuse me..." I immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. positive-memes: wholesome people at the skate park
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 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said 'So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said "Hey, excuse me..." I
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
positive-memes:

wholesome people at the skate park

positive-memes: wholesome people at the skate park

Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said 'Mom it's full of older boys I calmly said So what, they don't own the skate park She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me...I immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?' You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. awwwwww
Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said 'Mom it's full of older boys I calmly
 said So what, they don't own the skate park She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me...I
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?' You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
awwwwww

awwwwww

Community, Confidence, and Friends: 0 faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said 'So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said "Hey, excuse me..."I immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. <p><a href="https://positive-memes.tumblr.com/post/174921272890/wholesome-people-at-the-skate-park" class="tumblr_blog">positive-memes</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>wholesome people at the skate park</p></blockquote>
Community, Confidence, and Friends: 0
 faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said 'So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said "Hey, excuse me..."I
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
<p><a href="https://positive-memes.tumblr.com/post/174921272890/wholesome-people-at-the-skate-park" class="tumblr_blog">positive-memes</a>:</p>
<blockquote><p>wholesome people at the skate park</p></blockquote>

positive-memes: wholesome people at the skate park

Community, Confidence, and Friends: 0 faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said 'So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said "Hey, excuse me..."I immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. <p>wholesome people at the skate park via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2tcwxaG">https://ift.tt/2tcwxaG</a></p>
Community, Confidence, and Friends: 0
 faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said 'So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said "Hey, excuse me..."I
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
<p>wholesome people at the skate park via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2tcwxaG">https://ift.tt/2tcwxaG</a></p>

wholesome people at the skate park via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2tcwxaG

Community, Confidence, and Friends: 0 faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said 'So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said "Hey, excuse me..."I immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. <p>wholesome people at the skate park</p>
Community, Confidence, and Friends: 0
 faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said 'So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said "Hey, excuse me..."I
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
<p>wholesome people at the skate park</p>

wholesome people at the skate park

Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said "So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said "Hey, excuse me..." I immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. <p>From r/skateboarding a year ago</p>
Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said "So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said "Hey, excuse me..." I
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
<p>From r/skateboarding a year ago</p>

From r/skateboarding a year ago

Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said "So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said "Hey, excuse me..." I immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. <p>From r/skateboarding a year ago via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2DJWjGH">http://ift.tt/2DJWjGH</a></p>
Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said "Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said "So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said "Hey, excuse me..." I
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys' speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you; A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
<p>From r/skateboarding a year ago via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2DJWjGH">http://ift.tt/2DJWjGH</a></p>

From r/skateboarding a year ago via /r/wholesomememes http://ift.tt/2DJWjGH

Tumblr, Blog, and Http: srsfunny:Skateboarding Into The Unknown
Tumblr, Blog, and Http: srsfunny:Skateboarding Into The Unknown

srsfunny:Skateboarding Into The Unknown

Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said "So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said . Hey, excuse me ! immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She lft with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you <p>Teenage boys via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2EzWxol">http://ift.tt/2EzWxol</a></p>
Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said "So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said . Hey, excuse me !
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She lft with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you
<p>Teenage boys via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2EzWxol">http://ift.tt/2EzWxol</a></p>

Teenage boys via /r/wholesomememes http://ift.tt/2EzWxol

Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said "So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me... I immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you: A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. <p>A true role model</p>
Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said "So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me... I
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you: A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
<p>A true role model</p>

A true role model

Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly said "So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me... I immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance and steer, and she listened to you: A feat not attained by most adults! You held her hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you. <p>A true role model via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2BrzZUC">http://ift.tt/2BrzZUC</a></p>
Community, Confidence, and Friends: faithinhumanityr
 Dear teenage boy at skate park: You're probably about fifteen years old, so I don't
 expect you to be very mature or for you to want a little girl on your skate ramp for
 that matter. What you don't know is that my daughter has been wanting to
 skateboard for months. I actually had to convince her that skateboarding wasn't for
 just for boys. So when we walked up to the skate park and saw that it was full of
 teenage boys who were smoking and swearing she immediately wanted to turn
 around and go home. I secretly wanted to go too because I didn't want to have to put
 on my mom voice and exchange words with you. I also didn't want my daughter to
 feel like she had to be scared of anyone, or that she wasn't entitled to that skate park
 just as much as you were. So when she said Mom it's full of older boys" I calmly
 said "So what, they don't own the skate park" She proceeded to go down the ramp
 in spite of you and your friends flying past her and grinding rails beside her. She only
 had two or three runs in before you approached her and said 'Hey, excuse me... I
 immediately prepared to deliver my "She's allowed to use this park just as much as
 you guys speech when I heard you say "You're feet are wrong. Can I help you?" You
 proceeded to spend almost an hour with my daughter showing her how to balance
 and steer, and she listened to you: A feat not attained by most adults! You held her
 hand and helped her get up when she fell down and I even heard you tell her to stay
 away from the rails so that she wouldn't get hurt. I want you to know that I am proud
 that you are part of my community, and I want to thank you for being kind to my
 daughter, even though your friends made fun of you for it. She left with a sense of
 pride and with the confidence that she can do anything, because of you.
<p>A true role model via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2BrzZUC">http://ift.tt/2BrzZUC</a></p>

A true role model via /r/wholesomememes http://ift.tt/2BrzZUC

Memes, Adventure Time, and Link: On the first day of 12DaysofXmas, we give you Skater Boy . Check out new Adventure Time x @Grizzlygriptape skateboarding gear (Link in our bio) . 馃惗馃弬: @mochi_ball
Memes, Adventure Time, and Link: On the first day of 12DaysofXmas, we give you Skater Boy . Check out new Adventure Time x @Grizzlygriptape skateboarding gear (Link in our bio) . 馃惗馃弬: @mochi_ball

On the first day of 12DaysofXmas, we give you Skater Boy . Check out new Adventure Time x @Grizzlygriptape skateboarding gear (Link in our b...