Happy Father’s Day

Mayumi and I took a break in the middle our bike/run yesterday to play at the playground we were passing through. While on the teeter-totter, I repeatedly launched her several inches off the seat during my down stroke while she laughed but held on with white-knuckled grip.

She asked, “Dad, even when you get older, will you always stay like this and play with me?”
I told her of course I would but in truth I really wanted to ask her the same thing.

Happy Father’s Day Mayumi.
You continue to shape and influence who I am as much as I try to shape and influence you, probably more.

Happy Father’s Day to the rest of you who feel the same.

One Comment on “Happy Father’s Day

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