Even if you spend quality time with dad this Sunday, Monday will actually be Father’s Day.
Sunday will be filled with Father’s Day traditions, such as a good meal, fun activities, good stories, inside jokes about family members, and maybe a little family drama.
After all, drama is a family tradition, too, right?
But, Monday is Father’s Day, too, because that’s when many of us come to understand how important dad is. Tweet this blog post.
You’ll think more about dad the day after
On Monday, about 24 hours after Father’s Day, great numbers of people will (again) admit that they love dear old dad more each year and never want to say “goodbye” to him.
On Monday, many of us will realize that dad’s health is failing a bit more quickly than they realized and that time is short.
And on Monday, many folks will realize that they are not open-ended when it comes to cleaning up long-standing arguments and helping dad get his “paperwork” in order.
Some of that paperwork may involve getting his great stories in writing or on video.
Finally, if you are a dad–or a mom–it will be Monday when you decide to create legacy for your children.
I miss my dad a lot
My dad, pictured with me above, died in 1997 and I miss him more than ever. But his memory lives on for me, my three brothers, new generations of Carusos and even non-Carusos, because I published my father’s letters, shortly after he passed away.
Dear Michael Angelo: A Father’s Life Lessons to His Son, a two-CD set, is the top-selling product of my career.
In honor of my dad and yours, in honor of fathers, mothers, and parents everywhere, I’m offering a 50% discount on the Dear Michael Angelo CDs. Click on either link above to learn more and to order.
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Pay only $9.99 plus shipping! You’re welcome.
You’ll be highly entertained, I promise. You’ll also be inspired to be a better son, daughter, father or mother. Thanks for being on my list, I really appreciate you!
This special price (only $9.99!) will be available until Monday at midnight– Monday because that’s the day you’ll really think about your dad.