Happy Father's Day to all you seed planters out there!
You know I never actually saw myself as father. Sometimes I still can't believe it. But I have to say I can NOT imagine not having B-Man in my life. Life changed when he was born. It got HARDER for sure. But just like doing a hundie or a Solo. the best things in life are not always easy. I love the challenge what trying to be a good father is. It would be easy some days to quit.
I might not be able to teach B-Man much about math, English, science, history, current events, manners, or anything that might him make him successful in real life (I'm REALLY counting on Wifey's Super Sized Brain for that stuff). But I KNOW I can teach him to push himself, have fun, and be respectful to folks. As well as the REALLY important stuff like riding his bike, fart jokes, and how to score with chicks. OK, he might want to consult someone else about the chick thing.
I guess what I'm saying is that 4 years in I often STILL can't believe I'm a father. But more than that I can't believe I'm B-MAN'S father. He's too special, too fun, too perfect. He might be able to find a better father, but I could never find a better son. I thank God that he's in my life. Happy Father's Day to me.
Time to ride. Later.
P.S. I got some cool gifts from B-Man this morning. I also caught the case of Pink Eye he had 2 weeks ago. Oh well bad with the good. Time to get ready to ride with my blood shot, puss oozing, swollen eye. Good times, good times....