Both of my boyfriend's older kids texted him to say happy Father's Day. At least they remembered, but it seemed cheesy to me. I guess it's one step above forgetting completely, but not a big step. I felt like the least they could have done was sent a card or picked up the phone and said hello, even if their family never made a big deal of gifts. My daughter made a card for her dad, and I made a little dessert. Nothing earth-shaking, but texting to me just seems like the easy way out.
What do you think about texting to wish someone in your close family a happy holiday?
I am close to my dad, so if I didn't live close enough to visit in person like I did today, I would be on the phone & still having his strawberry pie delivered to him! He's my dad. The man who gave me so much of himself & helped make me who I am today. I still look to him for advice & love to have his approval. (we don't always agree, but he respects my differences) I love that man dearly & a mere text would never do.
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