Happy Father’s Day
If you’re in the US, or other countries that celebrate fathers and fatherhood today, Happy Father’s Day.
Yesterday, I dedicated a post to my dad. He’s been gone almost 35 years, but I still miss him. Today, I offer the simple wish expressed in the title and a few of my favorite moments as a father (in the gallery).
Faith in the Library
After Faith finished working on her project, she helped me clean up te leaves. She likes using the leaf-blower.
Happy pup – happy Faith.
She’s a good kid.
Faith came over to visit and to sit with Maddie
She’s got something in mind
Been there. Done that. Got the tee-shirt. Faith said I could use this if I remind you that it was 1998.
Faith checking out the Molly Wee story
My favorite day wearing that rain suit came years after selling that bike. Faith and I making a mess.
It’s always a little weird to be in the audience when Faith is commanding our attention. But I’m very proud.
Another country fan.
“I think you can squeeze through there”
One of my favorite photos. This is from 2003 when Faith and I stopped to take some photos.
My wife reorganized my money, but, as you can see, I don’t have much. that’s Faith being compassionate.
Our daughter had the opportunity to learn how to change a tire. On a rainy day no less.
That’s Faith and I on our way to the Olympic Peninsula. It’s early
That’s Faith modeling a helmet before being placed in the pilot’s seat.
Faith took this shot after going inside while I was taking the feature shot.
I was pretty happy with the angle I had on this bird. Faith was going for a different view. Wet sandals, wet pants, I guess it’s the price you pay for better photos.
I’ve been to ballgames with lots of people but taking Faith to her first Pirates game was a special treat for me.
Potential airline executive? No, she’s too kind.
When he wasn’t trying to eat something he was a good horse.
Heinz Field on the way to watch Monday Night football