Father’s Day.

FIRST OF ALL TO ALL THE FATHERS OUT THER,HAPPY FATHER’S DAY! TO THEIR CHILDREN,ENJOY THE DAY WITH YOU DAD AS IF IT WAS THE LAST ONE YOU WILL EVER HAVE.TELL HIM HOW MUCH YOU LOVE HIM,MEND ANY FENCES THAT NEED TO BE MENDED.

I FOR ONE AM GLAD THAT I DID JUST THAT ON FATHER’S DAY 1984,IT WAS THE LAST FATHERS DAY WE HAD TOGETHER.HE PASSED AWAY AUG.14 1984.
DAD I LOVE AND MISS YOU.

10 Comments on “Father’s Day.

  1. Mike, thanks for stopping by my blog. You've a good one here and well set up, I'll visit often.

  2. Making amends is indeed a good thing to do. I know how happy you are that you did.Have a terrific Father's Day Mike. Big hug. đŸ™‚

  3. Sadly, I was not one who never got around to making amends with my father … I had to try do so standing over him in his coffin.Thanks for the visit to my site and the comment. From that comment and your play list – I can see we have similar tastes in music.A happy Father's Day to you, Mike.Mike (Hale)

  4. My father passed away a few years back too. I posted about him today. He was a WWII vet in Guadalcanal. I was happy I got to take him back there as he wished. (see blog)Hope you had a great father's day Mike.

  5. Hale Mckay and Debra,Father's day to me is a day being thankful for my DadI never had any children.Unless you count the dogs and cats that we have had.

  6. Mike, I'm glad that you did that too. It is a really important thing to make those amends and to move forward. Good for you.

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