*** My Dad would have been 85 years old on March 24, 2005. I know that he suffers no more and is united in Gods house with others that have gone before him, and he will be there for us once again, when we leave this life here on earth.
I believe my father gave me many things in life, and of them the ones I cherish the most are these.... How to tell an interesting story,...Share!,... A quiet love,...Knowing that you should always do the right thing, and if you didn't - then do what it takes to make it better!,... Never carry a "lazy-mans load"!,... To "hubba, hubba", when I'm draggin my feet.,..Help the less fortunate,...Love thy Family,(no matter what),...Keep close a good sense of humor; you'll never know when you'll need it!...Try to fix it yourself first - if that doesn't work read the directions!
My Dad always had a project going and if you would take the time and listen, he would explain to you what he was doing and what's coming up next, I loved him for that, it instilled in me the feeling that I could do any project that I set my mind too!
My father was also very animated especially with his facial expressions when he was telling you a story, I've been told by people who didn't even know my Dad that they think that I'm very animated that way, so I believe that my father gave me that trait too. My Dad worked hard and probably didn't play enough, but when he did he was a fun and dear person to be around.
I couldn't have had a better Dad, may you shine forever. I'll miss you like crazy Dad and will love you Always.
your youngest daughter