To all of the Father’s who have devoted their time, love and money to raising their children….I thank you today. And so do your children.
Here is what your kids think of when they think of you:
Being a Father isn’t an easy job, but it is so worth it.
HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!
7 thoughts on “To all the Father’s…”
Hey, I’d just like to let you know that I really love your blog and I’ve nominated you for the sunshine award 🙂 Keep posting awesome stuff! (you can also check out my blog post for more info about this, haha)
Thanks so much. Hate to sound completely out of the loop…but what is the sunshine award?
I’m glad you enjoy my blog. Wish I had more time to play around with it but my time is a tad stretched this summer. Lovely to hear from you! I will definitely check out your blog 🙂
HAHA when I got nominated for it I was clueless, too! check out my blog post (sorry i realized I took longer to finish the post than expected cos i suck at deciding, ugh.) Me too, I blog so sporadically xD but then again, almost everyone does, haha.
I will take a look right now.
Being clueless is not an uncommon thing for me! Plus…don’t tell anyone but I’m edging ever closer to the dreaded 30. I hear it’s all downhill from there haha
Thanks for the nomination! That sounds like a really amazing way to share blogs with people. I’m going to have to check out some of your favs when I get a free moment. Oh, and thanks for liking MOST of my book reviews 🙂
And you’re a fan of Twitter…that’s awesome cause I’m completely lost! I have an account, and apparently people are willing to follow me even though I’ve never even posted a single tweet. Isn’t that nice of them?
That’s because you happen to like a lot of the books I love and make awesome book reviews about them! 🙂 Twitter is fun 🙂 Wow, this means you should definitely start tweeting. try this: it’s a post I did on how to use twitter (5 steps) http://thelightpurplesky.wordpress.com/2012/06/17/a-crash-course-on-using-twitter/
Good luck 🙂 Also, being 30 years old is NOT old- really. You’re probably younger than at least 4 billion people because the median age in most places is above 30. Unless you live in Africa. 🙂
Haha. Well then I guess I’m a lucky one then! My husband went through what I could call and tiny mid life crisis when he turned 30. I’m totally cool with it. Age is all if your head…and I already feel 60 so I’m good!