The Single Best Message for Dad

My Dad loves to reminisce about the things that happened when I was little - things that didn't mean much at the time but have become treasured memories as we both have grown older in life.

One of our favorite memories is trips to the pond to feed the ducks. The pond was a short car ride from our house and whenever we had then ends of bread, Dad would corral my brother and I, pile us into the car with the bread, hop in himself and we’d be off!

I told you that to tell you this.

If you're a little stumped on what to write to Dad in your card this year, maybe consider a few things: what does your Dad mean to you? Do you have a favorite story of the two of you? Maybe he has a wicked sense of humor? Or possibly he is your husband or a new father - experiencing Father's Day for the very first time as Dad himself? You could tell him that you know he's going to be a great father, or that he's doing a fantastic job already.

For a lot of people its easier to share laughter rather than sappy sentiments, quotes or even poems. After all, a sense of humor - smiles and memories- are the things that bind us, other than of course, family ties.

And still others share things like faith, gratitude and compliments with Dad.  These are all some great ideas for expressing your thoughts to Dad. But, whatever you choose to share with Dad, make it personal.  Make it loving, but really try to express what he has meant to you in the past, and what he continues to mean to you in the present and the future.

Let him know that you're thinking of him - that he is in your thoughts, even if you are yards, cities, miles or continents apart. Family can be very far away, and yet, still very close because we hold them near in our hearts and thoughts. Expressions of these thoughts in written form can be cherished for years to come.

And yet, after it all, sometimes the best things to say are the most simple things: "Dad, thank you for being there. I love you with all my heart."  To be short and concise, it doesn't really matter what you write to Dad, as long as its from the heart. That's the good thing about handmade cards - you can take the time to sit down and really express yourself.

As always, be kind to the ones you love and show them what they mean to you.

And if you liked this post leave me a comment and let me know.  If you have any good stories, tips or ideas to share on this topic, let ‘em rip below!

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