Friday, June 17, 2005
Here's an item to savor as we approach Father's Day this weekend. The National Father's Day Council honored four "deserving" fathers for their "exemplary parenthood" at the 64th Annual Father of the Year Awards luncheon on Tuesday, including Donald Trump and Larry King. This, of course, highlights the irrelevance of such events. I don't remember exactly where I heard it first, but step one to being a good father is to love your children's mother. It is a sad state for our culture that a national organization and as many other people as there are would look to two men with 10 marriages between them as role models for fatherhood. For my part, I will strive to be more like the World's Greatest Father.
Posted by Scott W at 1:33 PM