Tampa, Fla.-(6/18/2017)-You get one day for a lot of work. Father's Day is a nice tribute to dad for working around the clock to make sure the children have a better life than pops.
I remember all the things I had to deal with while the kids were growing up. They got sick, I worried and paid the doctor bills. They needed food, clothing, guidance and a lot of love.
The young ones are grown up and out of the house. They still come to dad to help. I've purchased vehicles and co-signed for others. I've handed over cash when they needed it. You never stop being a dad no matter how old they get.
I do have one regret. I spent more time at work than I did with my children. The news never sleeps. I know they understand why I spent so much time at the radio station as they both work now.
I did get a dinner out (see pizza pic). My last home-bound child also left me a Dad's Day gift in the backyard.