So here is your belated birthday post. Hope you like it.
Monday was Memorial Day, it was also my Dad's birthday. I thought about him all day that day. Hoping that his day was going well and wishing I could be there to give him a big squeeze and tell him to his face Happy Birthday.
My Dad has been an inspiration to me my whole life. He has made me strive to be a better person. I looked up to him when I was little and I still do to this day. He is the most caring, thoughtful person I know and I'm proud to say I know him well.
He is always concerned about his family and worries about us constantly.
He catches us when we fall and cheers us on when we take off running the race of life.
I remember being in Elementary school and taking part in a charity race. I've never been much of a runner and I tired out early in the race.
Just as I was getting ready to give up and walk off the track, I hear my Dad cheering. "Go Amber!! Come on! You can do it!!"
I started running again, unfortunately I tired out again and came in dead last. But he cheered me on the entire time.
He has always been one of my biggest fans. He pushes me to blog more and I find myself calling him up after I've finished a blog post. More likely than not he tells me he'll look at it as soon as we get off the phone.
He gets on to me if I haven't posted in a while because he tells me he checks it every morning. I like that he pesters me. I love that both of my parents enjoy my writing. If it's only them that get any enjoyment out of what I say then I'm ok with that.
My Dad has an amazingly cheesy sense of humor that cracks me up and inspires me to be just as cheesy. I love to sit and listen as he jokes and teases the grandkids with his extremely cheesy humor. They love it too.
He is a lover of Louis Lamour books, Home Alone Movies, and he is an all around amazing human being.
He is my Dad. I love you Daddy.