I Think My Dad was Squishy

It’s a blessing to remember the good men in our lives.
Happy Father’s Day.

Faithfully Fit

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My parents divorced when I was very young.

As a result, I didn’t have a father in the home while I was growing up.

But I’m writing this post to honor fathers because even though I did not have an example of one in my mom’s household, I have seen the result of what a loving relationship with one can mean to a child.

I’m also writing this with joy because if you are missing your dad for whatever reason-by death or absence-if you open your eyes and your heart, you will find men who are an example of what it means to have a father in your life.

For instance:

My mom had an older cousin who taught me how to laugh at life. He was eccentric and a bit strange. But his laugh-I still remember that and his smile, even though he has been gone for some years…

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