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[*] Post 508124 posted on 18-6-2017 at 20:15 Reply With Quote
Happy Father's Day

My dad was 85 last week and yet today still went up a ladder to help me hang new curtains before we sat down to dinner.

So here's to fathers everywhere who always do what is right by their offspring.
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[*] Post 508126 posted on 18-6-2017 at 20:45 Reply With Quote

Mine could be in a box, now, for all I know.

It's good to know some people can keep a good relationship with their parents, though. I can't say I feel jealous, really. It's just the way things worked out.

Or, not.
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[*] Post 508132 posted on 19-6-2017 at 01:34 Reply With Quote

With all my step-offspring, I have a large family indeed. They are sometimes a challenge, but I am truly blessed.

My wife and I have a bit of a disagreement, though--she urges every relative to wish me "Happy Father's Day." I think it is a phrase with little real application if there is no fatherly relationship involved at all (not bio-, or step-, or foster-, or even at least temporary-functional.
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