Monday, June 21, 2010

Fathers Day

Fathers day was about as perfect as it could have been. I always joke that the best gift my wife could give me for fathers day is to take my son and go out for the day. I was lying. We started off by going to church and taking a family picture. The pastors sermon was on end times and sharing the Gospel. Very touching and moving.

After church we went to lunch. We ate at Crispers. Not my favorite place, but I never leave with a complaint. Today, I had the steak and bleu flatbread. As always, it was phenominal.

After lunch, my wife let me take a three hour nap. When I woke up she let me go play basketball. I love playing basketball. I just think I may be too old to do it. I am 37 and my body is built for half court games. We always play full court. Right now, I am awake because my body is saying "fine, go ahead an play, but good luck sleeping."

The best part of my day took place right after church. My son made a card for me at Sunday School. It said how much he loved me and gave some reasons why. One of his reasons was that I play video games with him. That is my boy.

I hope everyone out there had a great fathers day. Talk to ya tomorrow.

1 comment:

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