Hopefully, you're taking some time today to remember those who have served, those who are currently serving our country, and especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our way of life. I am also. I'm particularly remembering someone today who served in the US Army, not during wartime, but right after World War II. I'm referring to my Father, Harold Wiley.
No one likes to be pulled over by the police, but this girl got the surprise of a lifetime.
17 year-old Audra who lives in Wisconsin, was pulled over by a police office as of a massive plan by her dad. Audra's dad wanted to do something nice for the girl, since she hasn't had the easiest time lately...
As far as birthdays go, they don't get much better than this. This boy is suffering from a brain tumor that leaves him with months to live, so his dad (of the year) dressed up as Spider-Man to surprise him on his 5th birthday.
"You work too much dad", words that most dad's would rather lose a limb than hear. Balancing a job and family is tough for both men and women, so why do the young people in the family think dad's the jerk?
I was listening to the radio a few days ago and someone mentioned that Father's Day is less special than Mother's Day. I thought about it for a second and came to the conclusion that it might just be true.
While wasting company time doing research on the internet today, I came across this video, posted to the ABC News website; it's a 'day in the life' of a dad and his son, filmed and time-lapsed so mom can see what goes on while she is sleeping (she works nights).