Father’s Day

Every day is Father’s Day if you are close with your Dad. Because you live out what he taught you in everything you do.

One of the important things my father taught me that when you experience a tragedy (which everybody does because that’s life), it’s crucial not to turn other people’s lives into hell because you are suffering. It’s a really important lesson.

He also taught me to yell “speedo!” whenever a yellow car passes by on a road. It brightens up any trip, guaranteed.

Happy Father’s Day!

2 thoughts on “Father’s Day

  1. Wow, do I envy you. My dad taught me just the opposite — that when you’re in pain, angry, or just in a foul mood, it’s perfectly acceptable to turn the lives of those around you into a living hell. Took me a while to unlearn that.

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