I was at my Mom’s house recently and I was going through an old chest of drawers full of old pictures. I was trying to dig up some old memories. Well I stumbled across a polaroid of my dad with the family dogs at the time. I wasn’t even born yet. I don’t know the names of the dogs but, I do see some similarities between my dad and I. My dad always had dogs growing up and still to this day loves dogs. Having dogs makes you live a longer, healthy life. Look at my dad today. He’s seventy years old and still has a heart of a child. Just look at how young he looks below.
My dad taught me a lot of good things growing up. A lot I still hold on to and continue to learn from. He’s a wise man. I couldn’t be more grateful to have him as my father. The most important lesson he gave me was one of the most simplest things we can do as a society. He told me son, “Always make the next person’s day better.” It’s so simple and so overlooked. All it takes is a wave and a smile. Thanks dad for all you have ever given me and I love you pops!