Dad, I guess I finally have the time to get on here, or the reality of you being gone has hit on your birthday as I tried to figure how to get you a gift . You had every cool gadget known to man most likely before it hit retail shelves. Still not sure how you pulled that off.
Your grandson Austin is starting to walk. You would be so proud. Right now he loves all things round and bouncy. Any ball will do.
He's smart and busy . Very busy. Bored isn't how I would ever describe Austin's short life.
Much like yours.
I always thought the world of you and still do.
You loved me in the way you knew how.
We spent time together working on stuff. The car, the house, whatever book project I had Come up with. You helped me design the Live For More Center and you taught me how to out others first.
I always knew you loved me because you told me and you showed me. You saw me speak at big and small events alike. From the 250,000 in Sioux Falls which you drove to or the small 50 people venues. You were there at all my TV appearances and we had such a crazy time dreaming how we would change the world.
It's your birthday and I know I'm so grateful for your life. I love you and can't wait to tell Austin all about you.
I love you, Dad