Fathers Day

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  1. PP Vet says:

    “What I have had all my life is the compulsion to be the father I never had.”

    Preach it.

  2. “He has honored me beyond measure with this act of sacrificial love.”
    You have a good boy there, Michael and he has a good father!

  3. Nonnie says:

    The love of the Father revealed through the son. Beautiful.

  4. I spent Father’s Day yesterday with ALL my kids and ALL my grandkids. We had a great time and did it on the cheap – at my niece’s graduation party – so my brother paid for all of the festivities. 🙂

  5. London says:

    What a great kid!

  6. Nancy says:

    Happy Fathers Day to you Michael!
    With love,

  7. PP Vet says:

    “… with ALL my kids and ALL my grandkids.” Awesome.

  8. Muff Potter says:

    I am not his “real” father if we speak of blood, nor did I have a “real” father by the same measure myself.

    Michael, any street cur can sire a litter of many puppies and absently brag about his “quiverfull”. Real men will raise them whether they are his own or not. You are one of the real men.

  9. monax says:

    and a Happy Father’s Day to YOU—O Most High God of the Universe—from your blessed heavenly children on earth!

    go Phil Mickelson!

  10. Linnea says:

    Happy Father’s Day, Michael and to all you Dad’s out there, too…
    Thanks for sharing this 🙂

  11. PP Vet says:

    Nice word for fathers:

    “When your children look at you they either see My love, grace, mercy, faithfulness and patience or they see your judgment, condemnation, perfectionism, apathy, and anger as a reflection of My character.”

    Direct hit 🙂

  12. catherine says:

    Beautiful…Happy Father’s Day Michael, you have a wonderful son.

  13. I love ya, man!

  14. Glen says:


  15. erunner says:

    Thanks for sharing Michael. A cabin sounds so awesome.

  16. jlo says:

    Trey is quite the man.

    Michael, good job on being a father.

    It’s about so much more than DNA.

  17. everstudy says:

    I hope all of the fathers here had a great weekend. Mine was pretty good, played a little Gaelic football at the Irish fair yesterday, saw a movie and had a nice dinner out today.

    And my Pirates beat the Dodgers today.

  18. Gary says:

    Wow! What a great meaningful gift! Putting 2 and 2 together I realize your son felled that ginormous tree with one whack.
    I am in a category you didn’t mention. I disenfranchise (Is that the right word?) myself- I remove myself from Father’s Day at church for 2 reasons. First, all my shortcomings pour forth from my oversensitive conscience and, second the last thing I need is yet another well-intentioned ill-placed sermon on how to be a better father. I hate that! All the fathers who need that sermon will not be within shouting range. Why do preachers do that? Oh, I know why- it’s cuz fathers never get preached at the rest of the year. >>>duh<<<

    By the way, I spent Father's Day driving up the coast with my wife. We camped in the Northern California coastal forest. Got rained out the last few days. Bummer.

  19. Michael says:


    I hear your heart…and I bet you are a very fine dad.
    Blessings on you and yours.

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