By Saundra Jackson
He taught you how to tie your shoes.
And how to ride a bike.
He sat you on his shoulders when you were just a tyke.
He helped you with your homework when you had to pass a test.
And when your mother told you no.
You knew that he’d say yes.
He cheered you on in little league.
He gave you good advice.
And when you needed extra dough, no need to ask him twice.
On Father’s Day you’ll tell him that he’s such an “Awesome Dad”.
And he’s wished a “Happy Father’s Day”.
The Best he’s ever had.