Saturday, June 20, 2009

To My Daddy!

Thanks for being a great dad.

Thanks for setting a great example of following Christ.

Thank you for showing me what a marriage should look like and for loving my mom the way you do.

Thank you for being a wonderful "Poohpa" to five precious youngsters.

Thanks for showing me that tears on a man are not a sign of weakness, but of great strength.

Thanks for reminding me that there is always a funny side to life and for bringing smiles wherever you go.

Thanks for allowing me to witness first hand what kindness and friendliness, even to strangers is really all about.

Thanks for your willingness to always be there, to help in moments of need and for telling my sister and I daily how much you care.

Thank you for your "concern."

Thanks for all the adventures around the world and the memories that go with them.

Thank you for reading our blogs and commenting with words of encouragement.

Thank you for never being afraid to say the words "I love you."

Whether you are called Dad, Poohpa, Jim-Dad, father or friend. I appreciate you and love you very much!

Happy Father's Day!

I thought I would include a picture. Unfortunately, I can't say I remember this moment, but I can say God knew what He was doing and I was one blessed little girl...I still am.

ME and MY DADDY - 1970


Amber said...

*You are SO getting a sermon!*

I love our daddy, too. He's pretty awesome, isn't he?!

Sharon@JoyInTheTruth said...


Jim said...

How do I love you? I cannot count the ways! Only one response comes to mind. "Lord, help me be as much as I can of who my daughters believe that I am."


Miss Charlene said...

Aww, beautiful post! Beautiful picture to match! Not a lot of people are blessed to have a daddy, but it's a joy to see a good one!

E @ Scottsville said...

Awwww, what a great post to your dad!

Hope y'all had a great Father's Day.

Anonymous said...

Hello Mich,

You certainly were blessed with a wonderful father!

I love this post acknowledging what a godly man and good example he was for you.

Thank you for all your visits to my blog. I always enjoy reading your comments.


P.S. Did you decide the shoes were too granny?

Gretchen said...