A day to say "Thank You" to all the good fathers in our lives, our communities, our nation, the world. Their hard work, generosity, kindness, courage, and steadfastness have helped us all lead better lives. The good men who have supported, nurtured, raised, and properly educated their children (their own offspring or children they have adopted) are very important in our lives. These good fathers (past, present, and future) deserve respect and praise.
For those men who have been poor, bad, absent, or evil "fathers" we shake our heads with disapproval and disdain. They squandered their opportunity and left the challenge to other women and men to do good towards their children and our communities. Their irresponsibility is so shameful.
So, to all these good men, "Happy Father's Day!"
You deserve the praise.
Three Cheers to You All !!!
My own father, Michael J. Garofalo (1916-1997) provided well for his
family, was very hard working, and was very reliable. He stressed giving a full effort as a worker, fulfilling one's duties, obedience, and respect. He was a hard taskmaster at times, but I learned a lot from living with him. He was a decent man, and a fine grandfather.
After he retired as the Chief Piping Engineer at the Fluor Corporation, he and my mom enjoyed traveling in their trailer in the Southwest.
My father-in-law, Delmer Eubanks (1912-2002) was a good father, grand-father, and great-grand-father. He was a decent man and friend of many.
The above family portrait was taken around 1987.
Yes, being a good father and grandfather is important to me.
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