Friday, June 12, 2015

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23 comments:

  1. My favorite memories were when we went to the lake at summer time, always fun and looked forward to going.

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  2. My memories are consolidated - the many father's day cookouts we had at my sister's house which always included great food, and swimming.

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  3. When I was growing up, we spent Father's Day at the lake where my Grandfather kept a camper for the summer. Such fond memories of swimming, fishing and canoeing with my Dad. :)

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  4. My favorite was when my son bought me a drill for father's day. (he bought me flowers for mother's day)

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  5. Father's Day has always been a favorite. I think my favorite was last year, when we had a huge father's day picnic at our house. It was so fun to celebrate fathers among about 100 of our friends and family.

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  6. My favorite father's dad memory was last year when we surprised him with an indoor waterpark overnight stay.

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  7. my favorite father's day was when we took him to the Great Smoky Mountain for the weekend

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  8. My favorite father's day memory is our fishing trips we took on Father's Day when I was younger.

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  9. Breakfast at the local small diner is my favorite! :)

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  10. My favorite Father's Day was when we moved to the new house on the lake in Western NY. I was 6yrs old. We spent the whole weekend water skiing, fishing, swimming etc. even though the water wasn't all that warm.

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  11. My favorite memory was when we all went to Tennessee one year

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  12. Visiting the race track too tough to tame old time favorite RP....Is a great memory.

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  13. I have no Father's Day memories of my own father since he passed on when I was 6 yrs old. I do have many memories of my husband's Father's Day celebrations with our children. Very happy times!

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  14. I loved making cards for my dad when I was a kid.

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  15. I really don't have a 'special' father's day; they were all special!

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  16. I'm not sure. My father died when I was ten and so I don't remember alot of them, but I know that since we've had children it's been amazing to see how my husband has become such an amazing daddy to his four little girls. I've been able to see how a father is supposed to love his family. I'm so thankful. SO thankful.

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  17. we try to make fathers day special every year....so can't really say i have a favorite

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  18. I'd have to say helping my dad in the yard! I learned a lot which I use in my own yard now!

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  19. When I was younger I decided to take my dad to the zoo for Father's Day. Was probably really a gift for my mom, she got the whole house to herself :)

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  20. I used to love making cards for Father's Day. Each year the cards would be more elaborate! Lisa L tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  21. My Favorite Father Day Memories were when Father's Day & my Birthday fell on the same day every 7 years! I wish Dad were still with us, we'd be celebrating together again this year. He was a disabled WWII vet that wasn't suppose to live after he was wounded in N.Africa. He was in a coma for 6 mos. but he lived, married and had 4 kids! He Loved Life and everything about it. Happy Father's Day, Daddy...he lived to be 87 and I'll be celebrating his 100th Birthday (July 26) and my 58th this June 21st.

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  22. We used to go to Sizzler for lunch every Father's Day

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  23. As a kid, I used to make cards and remember shopping for my dad. It's been a long time since we've really celebrated the day.

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