When you know that there are days Mom does not know who Dad is, this card is so precious...
She went to the store with me to get some veggies for grilling. I asked her if she would like to get Daddy a Father's Day card to remind him of what a GREAT dad he was to her children...she said yes but she didn't have any money...I assured her I'd pay and she could repay me later. Needless to say there were not many left so I think it was a "GOD THING" that this one was there for us...we read all of them...some funny, some inappropriate and then this one---
What Being Parents Has Taught Us
Cereal for dinner is not the end of the world.
Yes, there was a time when we couldn't wait for them to talk.
When they sleep, you sleep.
The magic of folding teeny-tiny laundry wears off REAL fast.
Some days beds ARE for jumping on.
There's no such thing as PERFECT PARENTS,
just perfect partners-
and that's what we are.
Happy Father's Day
Then she wrote-
Love you and wish you the best everyday!
We had a wonderful day...worship, meal out at Brett's fav place, shopping for all of us Gals(which gave Daddy a break), grilling out, dinner together under the big trees in the back yard, volleyball with the cheering team(Me Maw and Pa), visiting until dusk. Precious memory!