Dying Man’s Daily Journal – Happy Father’s Day


Happy Fathers Day to all the males that are truly lucky enough to become fathers.

For me the two most blessed events in my life have been the birth of my two wonderful daughters.

Today, here in Canada anyway, is a day designated traditionally for children to honor their fathers. I think that is fair enough, one day of the year to recognize how special our fathers are. In the same manner Mothers are recognized on their special day.

To me I think the specialness of the day should also be used by Fathers to recognize and think about their role in the lives of their children. Fathers appreciate the blessing of the children in your lives that make this day for you.

Billie and Shauna, you are the greatest blessings granted to me in this life time. I thank God for the priviledge of being your father. I love you both very much.

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5 Responses to Dying Man’s Daily Journal – Happy Father’s Day

  1. Shauna says:

    Happy Fathers Day Dad love you lots ;o)
    We look forward to seeing you tomorrow

    Xoxoxo

    Love

    Jake and Shauna

    Looking forward to seeing you, love you lots.
    Dad

  2. Happy Father’s Day Bill I hope you have a blessed and happy day.
    love Nita

    Thank you Nita

  3. Mel says:

    ((((((((((((( Bill ))))))))))))))

    Happy Father’s Day to you, sir.
    And continued blessings each and every day……

    Mel, my friend, I thank you so much

  4. Molly says:

    Wow. You speak the truth. I am moved. Thank you.

    Molly, I thank you

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