Father’s Day didn’t really have that much meaning for me up until last year….I lost Dad the week before, and was still reeling from everything that had happened. It’s been a year, and time has a way of giving you some perspective – hindsight being 20/20 and all. But I now have a better appreciation for Dad – and really enjoy hearing stories about everyone else’s dad, and how much they have affected their lives.
So with that, I give you the various pearls of wisdom from my Dad – I hope you find them useful, or at least amusing
- “Women are like a bus – as soon as one goes, another one comes along”
- “It’s not how you mess up, but how you recover” (VERY useful in radio)
- “No use crying over spilt milk”
- “It’s whiskey under the bridge”
- “Broke as a joke, and can’t afford to laugh”
- “Wish in one hand, *blank* in the other, and see which one gets filled first”
What sage words of wisdom did your Dad say to you growing up?