From Mother’s Day To Father’s Day

From Mother’s Day To Father’s Day

From Mother’s Day To Father’s Day

My column last month focused on Mother’s Day and all the many blessings I’ve experienced over the years. My husband, Scott, and our kids always go out of their way to make me feel like the best mother on earth  – not just with the homemade gifts and expensive dinners on that single day but every day of the year.

I’m truly blessed to be a mom and wife.

But as we turn the page to May and inch closer and closer to Father’s Day on June 16, I urge you not to forget to show love to dear ol’ dad. A father is an equally important piece to the family dynamic, and as good of a mom as I try to be, I know my kids wouldn’t be where they are today without Scott. I know I wouldn’t be where I am without him as my husband. I also know I wouldn’t be where I am without my daddy.

Our kids are lucky to have a mom and a dad; that’s not always the case with a lot of families out there. I am certainly not trying to create a downer moment by saying that, I’m just saying that we should all make sure to let dad know how much he means. Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there.

Here are a few inspiring quotes I found online in honor of dads everywhere. I love you, Scott. Happy Father’s Day.

“My dad is my best friend, my father, and my boss. When I do something that is exciting, and he likes it, it feels three times as good as you can imagine.” – David Lauren

“I think my mom put it best. She said, ‘Little girls soften their daddy’s hearts.’” – Paul Walker

“My Dad is my hero.” – Harry Connick, Jr.

“I’ve said it before, but it’s absolutely true: My mother gave me my drive, but my father gave me my dreams. Thanks to him, I could see a future.” – Liza Minnelli

Sincerely,
Kelly Murray
Publisher of Murray Media Group
kelly@murray-media.com


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