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11/1/2014 2:53:21 AM

Dad spends 13 years to create best graduation gift for his daughter

Bryan Martin is the kind of caring, thoughtful dad whose graduation present to his daughter was 13 years in the making.

Brenna Martin's dad evidently doesn't like last-minute shopping. Bryan Martin purchased a gift for his daughter's high school graduation thirteen years ago.

He managed to keep it hidden this whole time, and his "moving, touching, nostalgic, and thoughtful" present brought Brenna to tears when dad finally gave it to her last week.

The gift a copy of "Oh, The Places You'll Go!" has a cash value of less than $20, but to Brenna, it was "truly priceless." That's because inside, threaded among the passages of Dr. Seuss's well-known rhymes, were comments and compliments from every adult who has taught Brenna at school, starting with her kindergarten teachers.

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Dad spends 13 years to create best graduation gift for his daughterDad spends 13 years to create best graduation gift for his daughter

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