Father’s Day

My Father’s Day gift from Dean:

Well, he knows his audience.

Everyone else have a good holiday, I hope? I got to spend Saturday afternoon with my Dad up in Rochester — golf and dinner — then Sunday at the in-laws’ for a cookout.

 

7 Responses to “Father’s Day”

  1. BrianN says:

    I changed lightbulbs and tried to take Jake to a pond to sail his toy boat. Unknown to me the pond was actually a reserve water supply with no access to the water. sad.

  2. Kevin says:

    We did a family bike ride around Como Park. Man that trailer got small quick, time to kick El out to his own bike. Chilled the rest of the day and went for ice cream, good stuff.

  3. Pitt says:

    Father’s Day discriminates against all the non-fathers of the world. I demand we have an equivalent day to celebrate those people who, whether by their own choice or not, do not have children.

  4. matt says:

    You celebrate that day every day. When you get to do things like go to restaurants without pictures of food on the menu and a maze on the placemat, you’re celebrating Non-Father’s Day. When you go to a festival or party without wonder whether a stroller can get through the crowd, you’re celebrating Non-Father’s day. When you can work on a single project for more that fifteen minutes before a three year old wanders off with your tools, you’re celebrating Non-Father’s Day.

  5. Pitt says:

    I think we should call it, “Disposable Income Day”.

    What if I _like_ mazes on the placemat?

  6. matt says:

    Then you can take my kids to dinner while my wife and I eat somewhere for grownups. Win-win.

  7. Pitt says:

    Last night we ate at a restaurant that had pictures of food on the menu. I find it helpful to decide what to eat by seeing what looks delicious. Also, my Spanish is pretty poor.

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