First there is my Dad. A quiet man. He is one to let you live your life. He is a quiet strength to our whole family. Always ready when needed. We celebrate you on this special day.
Next is my special husband. Through all the years, the adventures, and the wonderful children we have been blessed with, you have given our children a strength to carry forth to the next generation.
Thirdly is our son. We are so proud of the man he has become and the man he is. He puts his family first. He is so much like his Grandpa. A quiet strength, but you definitely know he is there for you always.
Lastly we have our son-in-laws. They were not born into our family, but added by that special bond of marriage. They have stepped in and become a part of our family.
We wish each and everyone a very special Father's Day. We love you so very much.
Dad with Tom, Rick, Kyle and Mark
Grandpa Wagoner with Tom, Spencer, Malia, Alex, Rick, Kyle/ Luke, Rainey and Mark
He didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.
God is our spiritual Father who corrects us, His children, because He loves us (Hebrews 12:5-9).
We have several squirrels that eat the 'bird' food I put out. I should be completely honest, I don't actually feed the birds. I put the bird food out for the squirrels. Yesterday morning, I had eight squirrels. I saw the squirrel below resting on the feeder that my Dad made. It looked like it had been eating and was so full, it had to rest. The animals are so much fun to watch. This morning there was a young squirrel eating. One year I had three young squirrels. I named them Huey, Louie and Dewey! Nature is immeasurable enjoyment.
Alex's proud family-Rainey, Mark, Alex and her mother Stephanie
Grandma and Grandpa with Alex
Alex with Great Grandpa and Grandma Wagoner
Great Grandma Mahan (Chig) with Alex
Alex had her Open House Sunday at the Women's Club House on Hill Street. She had a very nice reception. We wish her the very best for a happy, productive and meaningful future.
Now that you've graduated,
Your adventure has begun.
Your schooling has prepared you
For the race life has you run.
We praise you for your efforts,
And send good wishes, too,
For a future filled with happiness,
And your fondest dreams come true.
By Joanna Fuchs