Thursday, June 14, 2012
Wayne Levine (BetterMenCoaching.com) for “The Men’s Room.”
Pastor Drew Sams (DrewSams.com) for “Teen Rap.”
This show is loosely based on this week’s “A Dad’s Point-of-View” column, Father’s Day: Things I’ve Loved and Learned as a Dad. We’ll discuss Father’s Day 2012.
It’s another Father’s Day and while I’m NOT That Dad, and “Son” is not my son, my son Aaron did draw this B&W cartoon for me for Father’s Day, 2008. I used to go around the house singing that song to the melody of the Indiana Jones theme song. I can be sentimental at times. Enjoy my Father’s Day column, Father’s Day: Things I’ve Loved and Learned as a Dad.
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Now that my first-born is going to college, passed his 18th birthday milestone, and I’ve been a dad for nearly two decades, it’s time with this Father’s Day to reflect on some highs and lows of my dad-journey! Without a doubt, being a dad has been the highlight of my life. Granted, walking on the grounds of Wimbledon and seeing The Stones are also high on my list, but those fit more in the fun category of life and are fleeting in nature. Being a dad, as the title of this column implies, is a more enduring and challenging experience!