My dad always knows the right things to say to me to make any situation better and is always there to listen.
My dad has a wonderful, quirky sense of humor that helps him get though the ups and downs of life – and helps me, too.
My dad sang songs to me all the time as a kid, and I am proud to be able to see the joy on my daughter’s face as I sing those same songs to her now.
My dad, realizing that I needed something to make me stronger mentally and physically, got me involved in karate and I became really good because of him (he trained me for competitions & I won many trophies) & this changed my life.
My dad gave me the freedom he knew I needed growing up, but was also there to help guide me, too.
My dad knew it was important support my decision to move across the country because it would be good for me, albeit hard for him.
My dad has worked hard to grow both professionally and personally, and I am proud of him for that.
My dad says his role model is Col. Sanders (of KFC), because he accomplished so much later in his life. Right around his 65th birthday, my dad received his doctorate.
My dad is always traveling for business, but recently took time out of his busy schedule to take a pottery class and made a plate for his granddaughter – just because.
For all this and much more, my dad deserves to have a wonderful Father’s Day! Happy Father’s Day, Dad!
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