Remember the two places you are always welcome - church and Grandma's house.
Today is the day I always rest. Not that I haven't been doing a lot of that anyway. I'll attend church and then spend some time enjoying the beautiful weather we are having. They say we'll be having a great day weather wise and we've had a rain free weekend for a change.
It's Father's Day here in the USA and it's going to be great weather for any outdoor celebrations. This special day for Dads is observed on the third Sunday in June and was first celebrated on June 19, 1910 in Spokane, Washington.
I read that we all are absolutely unique. We are the product of 23 chromosomes from our mothers and 23 chromosomes from our fathers, and geneticists say that the odds of our parents having another child like us are one in 10 to the two-billionth power. The combination of attributes that constitutes us will never be duplicated.
I have some great sons that are fathers. Each and every one is unique but they share one thing in common and that is they are great dads. I hope this day is a special one for each of them. I often think they are a tribute to their dad who showed them just how to be a good Dad. I think they learned the lesson well.
He didn't tell them about how to be a Dad but by being who he was they learned .
I hope your Sunday is full of that great R & R that renews and refreshes.
As always you all are in my thoughts and prayers
'On Ya' - ma