My Dad

Sunday, June 21, 2009

I am grateful for Father's Day as a time to remember and honor our dads. This seems especially important as our society continues to demote fatherhood, even letting it become expendable. Too often the government is filling the role of provider in the lives of single, unmarried mothers. The fact is, nobody can replace a good father. No teacher, coach, therapist or even mother can replace the role that a father must play in the development of a child. I am grateful that I have such a wonderful father. My dad has always been a calm yet powerful stabilizing factor in my life. He is a hard working, kind, intelligent and good-hearted man. Most importantly, it is obvious that his family has always been his priority. He is supportive and excited about his childrens' endeavors. He is clearly most happy when the family is all together again for holidays, birthdays, etc. He has shown my brothers how a man should treat his wife. I love my dad and find it no surprise that I ended up marrying someone much like him.


1 comments:

happy father's day! thank you for celebrating your dad! i can tell he must be amazing.

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