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Dear Dad, you’re the best.


You taught me how to fly a kite—look how intently I’m flying it. I must have seen you do it first then was trying to mimic you.
(photo september 1984)


You taught me how to work hard—in the forest, with a chainsaw.
(photo summer 2002)


Most of all you taught me I could be/do anything I want (with hard work). Which I think is the best thing you can teach a kid.
(photo september, 2010)

I have never met a better dad than you. Sorry I’m not there to celebrate with you this year. I Love you!

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2 comments
  1. Susan said:

    We are so lucky to be loved by our kids!

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