Remembering Dad with Father's Day Cards
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Dads Are Special People
Giving Dad That Perfect Gift
Give that unique card to dad on Father's Day or any day. Why celebrate with your wonderful dad on just one day of the year?
Dads are special people. Thank him for giving you life. Being there when you needed advice and sharing a hug to lift your spirits. Remember how he made you laugh and made you mad. But for your own good. You know your dad was always looking out for you.
Giving dad that perfect card is only a small part of appreciation. Below are some cards your father would enjoy receiving.
Remember to spend the day with him. Cherish the time you have. There will be a day when your father is with you in spirit only.
The intro photo is a Silhouette of Father and Child Postcard by Sandyspider. The greeting card version of this is shown below. Go to my shop for the postcard.
Fishing with Dad
Give a Peaceful Fishing Card This Year
I was around the age of five. It was the first time I remembered camping in a tent and fishing in the lake.
I remember my father setting the worm on the hook. I stood there on the edge of the lake as he cast the reel. Then he placed the pole in my hands. "Now, when you get a bite, start reeling the fish in."
I waited and waited, standing patiently. I had seen my dad and brother reel in some big trout. But not a bite!
My sister sat near the tent keeping our mother company. How she loathe camping. (Later on, we had a trailer we took camping. That was tolerable.)
It was getting dark. I could hear my father say we had enough trout for dinner and maybe tomorrow would be my day at catching a fish. I felt the disappointment as I started to reel the line in.
Suddenly there was a hard jerk on the pole. Before I knew it, the strong fish pulled so hard for a little girl that I found myself laying face down in the water, still tightly holding onto the fishing pole.
My father dashed into the lake to rescue me. He lifted me out and carried me back to shore. Still with my fishing pole in hand and the trout dangling on the line, I caught my first fish.
Photo is a Fishing at Dusk Print by Sandyspider Gifts on Zazzle. Click on the product below to purchase.
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