My fathers 89th year has been a good one so far. He is still walking and talking and knows who most people are.
This photo was taken by my other baby brother in May when they were in Washinton DC at the World War II Memorial.
This trip remains the highlight of my fathers 89th year….he is still talking about it.
His vegetable garden is growing. He likes to garden, he takes his Cadillac (walker) out to the garden with him.
He loves to go to Bingo and most Thursday nights you can find him down at The American Legion playing Bingo.
Both Dad and Mom have been asked to be the Grand Marshall’s of The 4th of July Parade in town. So that will be another fun day for them.
Father’s Day wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Far Guy’s father who died in 1994, he was 80 years old when he died. Alpha One Antitrypsin Deficiency most likely lead to his death and also the death of two of his brothers. If we only knew then what we know now.
Here is Marvin most likely in 1937 in Louisiana, he was 23 years old.
Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers out there!