Happy Father’s Day

“Fatherhood is pretending the present you love most is soap-on-a-rope.”  Bill Cosby

My father gave me a lot of time, which is the best present a father can give to children. Of course when I was a kid I looked for treats like candy, toys and when I was older cash. When I grew up I realized that those things weren’t as important- that’s called maturity. I realized that the material things he gave weren’t important. In fact, they don’t last. The time we spent together left memories of love and caring. Priceless.

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