Sunday, June 19, 2011
How to Describe the Perfect Dad
How can you describe the perfect dad?
You'd have to start with the man before he was a dad, before he was a husband, even back to when he was a kid himself. What kind of child would he have been? He would have been smart, adventurous, and fun, getting into all the messy trouble that young boys do. He would love sports and the outdoors. He would grow up with skinned knees, traveling by bicycle, and loving a game of backyard ball. He would be a good student, a happy son, and a fun kid to be around. He would have parents who loved him and brought him up to be independent, confident, and wise.
He would then go far away to college to follow his dreams, building his character, expanding his horizons, and learning to be a great leader. He would learn discipline, teamwork, and the virtues of duty, honor, and country. He would select his lifemate carefully during this time and then ensure that she always felt cherished and loved. He would marry her when college years were complete then enter the noble work of service to a country he loves.
He devotes his life to being the leader that God created him to be. He is smart, organized, and dedicated. He divides his time between leading our nation's finest citizens, United States Soldiers, and leading his family in life and love. In the eyes of his wife and his sons, he cannot be matched. Their love, admiration, and loyalty to him knows no bounds. He is adored and deserves every ounce of joy in his life. He is the perfect dad.