Wishing all the purpose-filled dads a Happy Father’s Day

Posted By on June 19, 2022


I enjoyed a very nice Father’s Day on “Saturday” yesterday with Taylor, Megan and their long time friend Meredith, who was “dog-sitting” her sister’s dog “Chase” (below). FinishingDrainPipe220618They enjoyed the nice weather around and in the pool while I busied myself with a few projects … one of which was adding the additional pipes to the overflow drain (the heavy rains have used our backyard as a retention area for far too long). Hopefully this will work.


embermugWe also connected by FaceTime with Katelyn and family as my kids gave me an Ember coffee mug. For those of you who do not know what a “smart connected” coffee mug is, it keeps your coffee warm to a temperature controlled with an app for about an hour and a half. It uses a rechargeable battery and recharges on a coaster when not in use. Pretty cool and it works great (currently finding the ideal temperature for my coffee .. I think 138F degrees!) Thank you family.

Also … Happy Father’s Day to Drew a GREAT dad to my granddaughters.

Throughout the Scriptures, the Lord teaches us what it means to be a good Father. His word instructs us to have compassion on our children (Psalm 103:13), to guide them on the right path from birth (Proverbs 22:6), to avoid provoking our children to anger (Ephesians 6:4), and to lovingly discipline them (Hebrews 12:7).


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