Welcome to Seasonal Sundays #54.
With Father’s day upon us…
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…I can’t help but think of the phrase…
Mighty oaks from little acorns grow.
Obviously my train of thought is that a Father is like a Mighty Oak
and their child, a little acorn.
The canopy of this mighty oak is my backyard, although the tree itself
isn’t in my yard.
It’s Father’s Day.
Here in the Northeast, that means that school is almost out and
Summer is about to begin.
We have one more week of school. I know in many parts of the
country school has been out for several weeks.
Mr. Scaper and our youngest are going to a Met game.
That’s fine with the rest of us since we’re not sports fans and the older
two have finals to study for.
Since the game is on Sunday, per Mr. Scaper’s request we celebrated
Father’s Day with Saturday night dinner at his Tennis Club. So
no “Father’s Day” table this year.
How will you celebrate Father’s Day?
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