Transcript worth sharing:
I seriously want to be you when I grow up. I’ve always looked up to you, followed YOU through the woods. Your name is definitely on my list of heroes. I want to wish you A HAPPY FATHER’S DAY of course, but I really want to say Thank You and I Love You.
I could not and would not be where I am in life without your help. Keep focused and faithful Dad, I love you.
For the past fifteen years my mind has been half-reliving my childhood, all the fun and good parts. It has helped me get through some of the more trying times. I distinctly realize and recognize every single time that you were there with me. Every single time.
Assistant coaching baseball, coaching wrestling, humoring me at football games.. You were there.
I’m looking forward to seeing you tackle these upcoming operations barrel-chested and with coal under your eyes.
I’m also looking forward to us cutting the grass together. That was a big part of me growing up. I mainly recall the Sears tractor I think it was. Saturdays being yard days, summers, air shows, B-52 Bombers to this day you losing me in the woods that one time.
“Shh.. I see two (holding two fingers up) doe approaching.”