Father’s Day 2008 – Happy Father’s Day to All You Dads

Father’s Day 2008 Parent’s Murphy’s Law

1. Parenting is a 24-hour-a-day job with no salary, no raises, no promotions and very few
2. Parents are responsible for everything that happens to their children.
3. Guilt and self-blame are occupational hazards.
4. Parents don’t get worker’s compensation or any other fringe benefits.
5. Parents can never retire — even when their kids ask them to.
6. Parents “don’t get no respect” –until they die–and then it’s too late.

Happy Father’s DayFather’s Day Prayer
Lord, please bless our fathers,
these men who mean so much to us,
who are greatly responsible
for who we are and who we are becoming.
Bless them for having the courage
to do what’s necessary to keep us out of trouble,
for making us do the right thing,
for helping us build our character,
even when it makes us angry;
and bless them for pushing us to do our best,
even when they just want to love us.
Bless our fathers for being our protectors,
for leading us through stormy times to safety,
for making us believe that everything will be all right
and for making it so.

Father’s Day Poem Bless our fathers for quietly making a living
to provide for those they love most,
for giving us food, clothing, shelter
and the other material things that really matter,
for unselfishly investing time and money in us
that they could have spent on themselves.
Bless our fathers, Lord,
for saving some energy for fun,
for leading us on adventures
to explore the outer reaches of ourselves,
for making us laugh,
for being our playmates and our friends.
Bless them for being our secure foundation, our rock,
for holding on tight to us…until it’s time to let us go.
Lord, bless these men we look up to,
our role models, our heroes,
our fathers.
In Jesus’ name we pray, Amen.

Happy Father’s Day!

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4 Responses to “Father’s Day 2008 – Happy Father’s Day to All You Dads”

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  1. Dad of Divas says:

    What a wonderful Poem…thank you! I definitely have to agree with your thoughts on parenting though… but even though all of those are true…it is definitely worth it!

  2. Lin says:

    Happy Father’s Day to you, Dad of Divas. Enjoy every moment with your children, and try to find some time for yourself and relax a bit. 🙂

  3. STUD says:

    hey wish you fathers day too

    guess what…my daughter gave me a RADO this f day.. 🙂

  4. Lin says:

    I didn’t know what a Rado was, so I looked it up online and wow…that’s a great Father’s Day gift! Good for you!