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I dedicate this book to my dad and my daughter .
To my dad, who has made me independent, stubborn, and incredibly willful. You have given me the strength and ability to accomplish any task I put my mind to. Dad, I can't say it any other way ”thank you from making me like you. Love, your son Daniel.
To my little Aranza, the most wonderful, amazing, and happy daughter a father could ever have. I am so proud of you and just want the whole world to know how special you are to me. All this hard work is for you. Love, your Papito.