My Dad was the most kind hearted, loving, hard working, determined, and funny man I have ever known,' he wrote.'He was like a super hero, he had the ability to get the best out of you day in and day out. I'm gonna miss your advice.'Rico went on: 'I'm gonna miss your smile, and I'm gonna miss your laugh.
I know you're looking down at us right now giving us the green light to move forward.'I miss you Daddy. According to KBTX - a CBS station based in Bryan, Texas - Roy Rodriguez had co-founded and been president of a car club in that town. This Sunday, Raini posted an Instagram photo of herself with her father, writing: 'You have officially been gone one week daddy and while it has been really difficult, we are all still standing tall and I know it's because you are sending us strength and guidance all the way from heaven.'My daddy was the greatest man in my life.
The smell of wet dog as I dried him after a rainy walk.
The rattle of his bowl against the kitchen flagstones during the 30 seconds he took to eat his breakfast.
Known as the Ice Man for his steely confidence on the court, Borg would always prepare for the annual tournament by growing a beard and wearing the same Fila shirt.
These quirks helped him net an amazing five straight Wimbledon titles from 1976 through 1980.
But for some stars, a little superstitious reasoning is the added edge they need to get into the zone. Michael Jordan You wouldn't think the greatest professional basketball player of all time would rely on superstition, but even Michael Jordan himself was known for a specific quirk.