As we hit the “third wave” in our country, the word “wave” comes short in describing the devastation of this pandemic. The word “tsunami” sounds more accurate in what’s really happening right now! I cannot help but worry about the uncertainty brought on by this pandemic. I know that I will have to keep pushing onward and upward to survive this “tsunami.”
I know by pushing onward it will certainly help in alleviating these unpleasant experiences. I’m using this platform to share a bit of positivity that I have experienced this past week. Please let me know in the comment field about your positive experiences too.
We were fortunate to celebrate Father’s Day, this Sunday past and I wrote this poem to my husband who is the epitome of a dad to our two beautiful girls:
I loved you before you became a father and loved you even more when you affectionately showered our girls with so much love!
The love you have for them shows in everything you do and in return I can see their love for you.
I’ve seen our girls blossom with the love you have bestowed.
Through your love as a dad, you’ve instilled in them an overall sense of well-being and self-confidence.
As an involved father, you continuously promote inner growth and strength and in return they love you so much and want to make you proud!
They are blessed to have a dad like you, but I know that you feel blessed too, to be called their dad.
Another happy moment was the adoption of this cuddly handsome little one (see inserted photo).
Wishing you all so much positive experiences, take care and don’t forget to push onward and upward!