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Happy Father's Day to all you fathers out there!
I would like to pay tribute to the father that I had. I was only 17 years old when he died but he taught me alot in those 17 years.
He was a kind, quiet, patient man of few words.
He was a hard worker but also took time to make sure my mom and us kids knew how special and important we were to him.
He taught me how to play softball and basketball and would take time out of his busy day to throw a few balls or shoot a few hoops.
He sat in the stands at all of my games and even sat in the stands to watch me cheer as a 7th grader.
He made sure we took family vacations which is something I still treasure to this day.
He taught me the importance of hard work and was very patient as he taught me how to drive tractor, run a swather or drive truck.
I don't ever remember him "yelling" at me while chasing cows which for all of you that have ever worked with livestock know what a feat that is.
He helped us "break"our 4-H calves and I remember him being drug around the barn each time he did but he did it because he knew we would love showing that calf.
I could tell you many more things but the point of my post is to remind you all to appreciate those fathers out there and tell them how much you appreciate and love them. My dad was only on this earth for 37 years but he made a huge impact on many people in those 37 years, especially on the 4 of us kids. I wish I would have told him more how much I loved him and how much I appreciated everything he did for me.