To the editor:
Remember dad on Father's Day.
Forget the tools, the hammer, saw, lawn mower, rifles and fishing gear.
Definitely no socks, ties, T-shirts or shorts. His room, dresser drawers, closets and garage are resembling a hoarder's treasure trove of what's, in most cases, junk.
Remember dad on Father's Day. Gather around and give him a box of chocolates, some hugs and kisses and beautiful words that will last for eternity.
Just a thought: In one's own words, leave a thought for dad, just as poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning wrote for her dear one. "How do I love thee? I love thee with the breath, smiles, tears of all my life, and if God chooses, I shall but love thee better after death."
Happy Father's Day.