Father’s Day Approaches

Harold and Toby

This weekend is Father’s Day. It’s a time to honor your father, sometimes with a gift.

Here’s our problem. My dad’s 91. What exactly could he use that he doesn’t already have?

I asked for help. The chosen suggestion comes from LaTonya who watches over my dad like a hawk… and won’t say anything.

Don’t say anything, LaTonya!

It’s on its way from his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. It will arrive Thursday.

Knowing my father it will also be opened Thursday. An unopened package is irresistible.

Now what the hell do we do for 92?

2 thoughts on “Father’s Day Approaches”

  1. Dear Geoff:
    I know what your Dad would like. His happiest gift would be to know that you
    are doing well. That is every parents wish. And it seems you are holding your
    own. I pray for you every day.
    God bless you and God bless your Dad. Love Dolores

  2. Geoff – enjoy your dad. I lost mine when he was 64. It’s been over 30 years, and I still miss him every day. Father’s Day is always rough for me. Go out there and give him a hug. For yourself. For me.
    Happy (almost) Father’s Day, Geoff.

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