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Dad Jokes…

And we can’t forget the classic…Dad, I’m thirsty. Hi, thirsty, I’m Friday, come over Saturday and we’ll have a Sunday. 🙂 

I love each and every Dad joke out there, but only because my Dad has said them all and more. Share your Dad Jokes…let’s start a support group. 

Watch the parody here. Great job kids!!
Happy Bloggin’ Ya’ll!!


The Men in My Life…

First of all, HAPPY FATHER’S DAY to all you Dads out there. I hope today is everything you want it to be and that you get great enjoyment out of the little reasons for the season that call you Dad. 🙂

Second of all, I have been blessed with truly great men in my life and this is my way of saying THANKS!

Grandpa Ellis – Thank you Grandpa! You gave the world my mother and for that…well, the world is a better place. 🙂 You rock Grandpa and I can’t wait to see you again. Miss you! Love you!

Dad – Along with Mom, you are my family rock, my BFF, and my support group, but you gave me my sense of humor and that alone has gotten me through many a situation. I couldn’t imagine my life without you. I thank you for everything you have given and taught me in life. And thank you for your unfailing support of everything I do. I’m pretty sure if I opened a quick stop in the Sahara, you’d be the first (and probably only) customer. I love you so much, words will never be enough.

Poppie – You may be a “step” father in the name of the law, but you have been his Dad for many, many years and are a wonderful example for us all. He loves you, we love you, but most of all, you have taken care of his mother like none other and for that, we are so very grateful.

Honey – I couldn’t have asked for a better father for our children or a better partner in life for me. You are my best friend….you are my whole world. You are their Dad, coach, best friend, but overall you are EVERYTHING to all of us. I will love you for all of eternity.

Ok, enough mush…I have tears falling down my face because I just can’t believe how lucky one girl can be. I hit the life jackpot with you all.



My Dad…his day…

I remember when I was around 10 or 12 years I tried to make chocolate chip cookies for my Dad. I am no baker.  As soon as the cookies were taken out of the oven, I removed them from the cookie sheet.  Those of you who are bakers probably cringed at that last line.  The cookies literally crumbled.

I handed a plate of cookies that had taken the shape of a mountain (wonder power twins…activate!) to my wonderful father, not expecting him to be able to eat any of it.

My Dad did not hesitate…he requested a fork and dug right in!

I love you Dad…Happy Birthday to the absolute best Father in the World!!! 


The funny poem:

Turning 61 Advantages

All of your favorite movies are now re-released in color.

At 61, before crossing a room you look both ways.

At 61, you realize that you were built for comfort, not speed.

At 61, your idea of weight lifting is standing up.

At 61, conversations with people your own age often become a duel of ailments.

At 61, it takes longer to rest than it did to get tired


The mushy poem:

Everything Dad

A little girl needs her daddy To love her with manly charm, To soothe her when she’s hurt,
And keep her safe from harm.

A girl needs her dad
To show her a man who’s good, To help her make right choices,
As only a father could.

A woman needs her father
Just to be aware,
He’ll always be there for her
To sustain her and to care.

You’ve been all these things, Dad.
I hope that you can see
How much I treasure you;
You mean everything to me.

By Joanna Fuchs

Excuse me ma’am, there’s something wrong with your horse…

So there I am. Quietly sitting amongst the family and friends of the bride as we eagerly await her walk down the aisle.  As I reach for my camera, I notice the light blinking on my phone (yes, I remembered to turn off the ringer…yay me.  Wouldn’t want “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” to pace the bride’s walk to a sprint). Sooo I had to see what was on my phone…it could have been an emergency, right?  That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

It was no emergency. It was an email from my Dad and by the time I got done reading the message, the bride was halfway down the aisle.  She looked absolutely breathtakingly gorgeous and all eyes were glued to her.  Besides the music, there were no other sounds, well except me trying to hold in the hysteria that hit when I saw the last line in the email.  I couldn’t help it…weddings make me giggle anyway. Thankfully, I also had tissues in my purse and used them to cover my face.  Now the whole congregation think I have a thing for the bride (yeah, I’m a girl…so?) and couldn’t get over my loss.  They all turned to look at me when it was time to object…LOL. 🙂

Anyway…here is the email in its entirety.  I hope you giggle as hard as I did, but feel free to let yours out:

Whether you own a dog or not, you must appreciate the efforts of this owner to sell her dog.

Look at the picture and then read the sales pitch below……


Dog For Sale ——Free to good home. Excellent guard dog.

Owner cannot afford to feed him anymore, as there are no more drug pushers, thieves, murderers, rapists or molesters left in the neighborhood for him to eat.

Most of them knew Jethro only by his Chinese Street name, Ho Lee Schitt.

See what I mean??  Funny Schitt, huh?  That Dad o’mine…he crax me up.

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