So I managed to snag a quick phone call with my dad. We see him tomorrow so my parents were busy prepping the house. So I figured he'll get his card and I have no idea about the gift.
DH got nothing for father's day but a hugely relaxing day of sleeping in. We didn't even go out to eat. We had so many leftovers from stuff we finished it and I promised him dinner Monday. Monday I picked up sushi and he didn't even have to leave the house again along with the kids. My suspicion is that it was fabulous for him to work and not even leave.
Happy father's day out there to all the wonderful men enjoying their families. Reading about how many people miss their dads, I tear up hoping I have a few more years with mine.
Last month my dad fell and fortunately did not break anything. But it seemed like it was a sign that he's deteriorating fast. I should not be upset he's 91 years old. But I think that because of his age I feel like he's going to live forever and perhaps that's the wrong thing to think. It's incredible that you blink and realize that your parents have aged but how is it possible?
Yet on zoom with my in-laws whome we haven't seen in person in 3 years said our DK1 looked really old. And I realized that my tween was 9 the last time they saw her. My in-laws don't seem older but I'm sure in person I might have a different opinion. I hope that we see them this summer.