Sunday is Father's Day and I would have to say that I have/had the best dad in the world.  He served in our United States Army and became a mechanic, an electrician and an engineer. He worked for a natural gas supply company while I was growing up. He had the best sense of humor. He used to play  tricks on people that he worked with -- like welding their lunch boxes shut or something else to that effect. HA! It was no big deal because he could undo it just as quick as he did it.

When he taught me how to drive when I was 10, he told me "If you are going to drive, then you need to know how to fix everything on your vehicle." So, he taught me how to change my own oil, give a car a tune-up, change all fluids and change the tires. I am so glad, too, because, I have male friends who can't even do that.

When I was in high school, my dad was always there for me. I knew that he tried keeping his cool with some of the idiots that I went to school with, but the older I get, the more I realize that it was pretty hard for him. However, he made it look so easy.

He taught me to respect everyone, to open the doors for people, always have respect and he also taught me how to hunt and fish.

I miss him so much and there will never be anyone who will even come close to the kind of person that he was. I am so glad that I was lucky enough to have him. I was adopted and I could care less who my bio father was. My father and I were a match made in heaven!

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