Sunday is Father’s Day. How to green Father’s Day? Well, I could tell you a multitude of green things to do but none would be important as this piece of advice.
Fathers Are Special
We spend our lives moving at such a fast pace. Work deadline, soccer games, dance recitals, and countless of errands. Take this one day to honor the fathers in your life. It may not be your own father but your husband, uncle, or close friend who is a father.
I am lucky to still have a father with many of my friends have recently lost theirs. I don’t call him as much as I should and I live far away so I don’t see him as much.
He is the same man who took all of us out to breakfast every weekend when we were little for pancakes so my mom could have a break. He always showed up at every dance recital, school event, and visiting day. I still remember the letters he wrote me when I was at camp. I know I make him proud because he tells me so.
My kids are lucky to have a dad who is as hands on as their father. He tries to go to as many games as he can despite the fact there is only one of him but many of them. Anytime there is an event at school, he is always there. He is very involved in their lives helping them in many ways.
Like the Earth, we need to cherish what we have like our fathers.