Father’s Day has come and gone, but has it really? We shouldn’t thank our father’s for just one day out the year. The same obviously goes for Mother’s Day. Argue, laugh, cry, and cherish every lasting memory because you truly never know when that last moment is going to be. I’ve always had my Dad to turn to and talk to. He knows me better than anyone. It’s the little things that matter most and I’ve learned so many simple life lessons from him. It’s funny when people have told me I’m polite, or a good kid, etc. I look at it as a reflection on how my Dad raised me and even how he was raised.
“Less is more.”
Thank you Dad
This Day Means…
Father’s Day is 24/7 365 days a year. Being in the studio at the house and just playing basketball with the boys. Helping them with their homework, tucking them in at night, and raising them…that’s fatherhood. The simple things of having them listen to my music and telling me what they like and don’t like. It’s a simple bond, but memories that last a lifetime. And let me not forget about my wife, mother, and mother-in-law. The roles they play make me the father and husband figure I am today!
Father’s Day is a great day to really focus on some of the most influential people in your life. Dads, grandfather’s, stepfather’s, and coaches. For me, my Dad has given me everything I have ever needed no matter what it came too. Baseball, school, a home, etc. He has been one of the greatest supporters of me in my life and I wouldn’t be here without him.
Father’s Day is all about the bond between dad’s and daughters or sons (in my case). I will always cherish a special Father’s Day when I spent the day playing baseball with my boys, Aaron and Gehrig when they were younger. The shear joy and appreciation they showed to a loving father left me speechless and with a memory for a lifetime. Happy “Father’s Day” to all fathers around the world.
It gives me a chance to just dedicate the day to my pops and show him how appreciative I am for everything he’s done for me including making sure I’m living comfortable at college in NYC.