A tribute to my daddy!
This is a photo of my daddy making faces with his great granddaughter( my granddaughter) . I love my daddy so much. He has always been able to make me laugh, even through my tears. As a child my dad would be taking time to play sports with us, like baseball. I have fond memories of camping with my daddy. Mom was there too, but I just want to focus on daddy, cuz Fathers Day is here. My dad would give us his all. Wether it be a shoulder to cry on( I've needed that much) to fixing my car, to lending a hand financially. Daddy is always there. He has such a fantastic sense of humor, that I have come to love over the years. My kids as teenagers may have thought grandpa was a little hockie. Now that they are grown up I think they appreciate granddad for who he is. I think he is wonderful. All my friends at church want to adopt my parents as their own. I don't blame them. My folks are the cats meow. I am so blessed to have wonderful parents. I pay tribute to daddy. He not only spent time with us in activities, but he also taught us about God and His son Jesus. Daddy came to love God when I was just a little girl. I remember the time and place it happened. Daddy has since then all these years taken us to church and let us explore our own beliefs in God. He has passed on a spiritual legacy that I am so thankful for. Dad has such a postive attitude. When I go through struggles and cry to my daddy, his words are always" things will be okay" " Don't worry. Trust God. All will work out." Daddy adores his children and grand children , and would do anything for them. The thing my daddy loves the most is when all his kids are together eating, joking , and laughing. Mostly around the kitchen table. He is so proud of every one of his kids and grand kids. Not so much for what we accomplish, but just for being his kids. Daddy I love you so much. I pray you have a blessed Fathers Day.