I will remember my father.. he passed away 6 yrs ago this August. I think about my 2 boys and how proud he would be to have 2 grandsons, one he didn't get to meet. And be thankful for the father of my 2 boys, for the wonderful dad that he is!!!!!!!
This Fathers day I will remember two very special fathers. Larry Mcdonald and Thomas Raab. They have both passes on to heaven but have not been forgotten. I was lucky enough to have both of them as my fathers. They were loving and kind. Even when I did not realize it. One had more time with me than the other but I belonged to both. I sish that I could see them again just one more time to say I love you and thank you both for helping mom make me into the woman I am today.
Probably a cookout with all of my girlfriends and we will sit around and cherish all of fathers of our children. I will also b making a trip to the cemetary to visit my father and think about all of the life lessons he has taught me. He has only been gone 1 year and it still hurts like it was yesterday. Ooh how much I loved that man and I didn't realize it until after he died and was absent from my life. He had his faults but I really miss those faults now. He was truly a wonderful father and I am very grateful that he was mine. I love you dad, HAPPY FATHERS DAY
This Father's Day I will continue to fight for my country, but at the same time, think about my husband, who is a great father, and my dad, whom I haven't talked to in a while, and my step dad, who is more like a father to me. I miss you all, and I can't wait to be back home again. Jeremy, I love you more than anything, and I am greatful to have you as a husband taking care of everything on the homefront, and for being the best father I know! Our children are VERY lucky to have you in their life! muah xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
I am taking my 3 boys to Orlando for a Disney vacation, Tampa Bay Rays game, JFK Space Center launch, and deep sea fishing! Of course that isn't all in one day!!! :)
First, I will be remembering my dear father, Jim Hingerton, who passed away several years ago. He was a great daddy and gave my sons and daughter the joy of being the most wonderful grandfather ever. He set the example of how a man treats his wife and children, the ethics with which he conducts himself in the workplace, and the commitment of time, talent and treasure he gives to the church in which he practices his faith - we were blessed. Then I will look at my two sons who are themselves fathers, and be grateful that they pattern themselves after their Paw, Jim Hingerton.
My daughters and I will take their daddy out for lunch and probably to the beach. Since we are in Hawaii, we will call home and send some suprises to our fathers.
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