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June 18, 2007

The Perfect Father's Day

I couldn't have received a better Father's Day than to have Taylor and Madison back home from their trip to Mexico. They arrived home late Saturday night with big hugs for Wendy and me. They were tired, but full of stories and memories and laughter (more to post later about their trip).

Yesterday morning we worshiped together at Third. As I entered the sanctuary on of the ushers came up to me and said, "You have the best daughters in the world. I was with them in Mexico, and they were so sweet and worked so hard!" Now that is a Father's Day present all it's own!

We went home from church to enjoy a Father's Day feast, complete with Wendy's to-die-for chocolate cake (Madison to Wendy: "You should open up your own restaurant and call it 'The Other Wendy's"). The girls chattered on through lunch about their experiences in Mexico, and we took it all in.

The girls took Wendy and me to a matinée of "Surf's Up" after lunch and we laughed together. Then we were off to Smokey Row for a cool summer afternoon treat.

It was a perfect day for this father.


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