Happy Father’s Day

Posted by on June 20, 2010 in Uncategorized |

Today I feel like I am a part of an elite team of warriors. The members of our clan are often sleep deprived for weeks at a time. We’ve been forced to do things we would never do for ourselves. We’ve been thrown-up on, peed on, and been sneezed on directly into our mouths.

No, I’m not talking about being a Navy Seals recruit, or frat boy, or a fetish porn-star. I’m talking about being a Dad. And since today is my first Father’s Day, I’d thought I’d throw in a link about how Father’s Day got started.

I could go on how being a Father, or a Dad, is different than just being a sperm donor and calling yourself a Father; but I think you know the difference and I have pancakes to eat.

So Happy Father’s Day to all you real Fathers and Dads out there and if you’re interested in reading more, click the link.

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