You may disagree with me. In fact, I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt since I probably haven’t met your dad. However, I believe my dad is the best dad I could have ever had. Here is why I believe that:
- He is a man of integrity. He says what he means and commits to all products he says yes to.
- He is a man of quiet strength. Yet he has always spoken when he has needed to.
- He is an example of a loving husband and dad. Through his example, I was taught each day how to be those things.
On this Father’s Day, I want to give a big thank you to Edgar Spear. You’re still the number one dad in my book!
Cartoon of a lamb and wolf. The sheep says, “This year, I resolve to stay away from unnecessary risks.”
One thing I have discovered over the years is that if I make a resolution to avoid something, that temptation doesn’t necessarily go away. Resolutions just don’t work if I phrase them as a negative. I can give up soda pop as a resolution. But if I don’t replace it with something, such as water, I usually fail.
So instead of thinking about what you’re going to give up this year, think about what good habit you can replace it with.
This month, my goal is to write five hundred words a day. Hidden within that goal is to regulate how much time I spend online. If I’m going to write those words, something will have to give. So while I may not be surfing as much, this will give me a better opportunity to write my blog. I also plan to explore writing my next book.
So what is your resolution for the new year? Feel free to leave a comment and let us know.
Cartoon of a man talking to another while a box of Valentine chocolates hurls towards them. The man says, “When she sees my Valentine gift to her, she’ll forget our fight. She can’t resist chocolate!”
I can’t recall this actually happening to me, though I probably deserved it more than once. I am thankful for my valentine of twenty-six years. I promise not to start a fight today, or in the near future… if I can help it!
Happy Valentine’s Day!