Every Day Is Father’s Day!!!

Jerry Mabbott's Blog

Heather said I could have whatever I wanted today. After consideration, I decided that our house will now be called a compound. I’ve always wanted a compound and now I can act more strangely than ever because everyone who lives in one is expected to be bonkers.

The best part of Fathers Day is being able to do whatever you want. Being retired, I can do that most any day. Example: Yesterday, Heather asked me what I was doing. I said, “Nothing.” She said, “That’s what you did yesterday!” I said, “I’m not finished yet.”

I wish I lived closer to my kids and grandkids so we could gather for holidays like this and others, but I haven’t wanted to do it yet. Why? Because they live in Seattle, Washington, Meridian, Mississippi and Cumming, Georgia. We would need to live an equal distance from all of them, to be…

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