Did I tell you I spent Mothers Day watching my son play baseball...?????
I like watching my son do anything but on the one day a year the people I birthed should be giving me my choice, the last thing I'd choose is sitting in the cold, hard stands watching ten year olds catch and hit a white ball for three hours. But I did. And I did it with a smile.
Last night at dinner my baseball hero announced, "Dad! I know what I'm getting you for Father's Day! Baseball tickets!"
I looked at my six year old daughter and asked, "Don't you have a five hour ballet performance that day?"
While she didn't know what I was talking about since she quit ballet two years ago cause the outfit made her itch, the open jaw on the floor reaction I got from both the husband and the child were priceless. I'll probably still be sitting in the stands again somewhere, but my attempts to prove a point still make me giggle.
Father's Day should be BEFORE Mother's Day so Moms could set a good example of what should be done on this honorable day. We go all out for them on Father's Day and then by next year Mother's Day...if they even remember it's Mother's Day again....they forgot all about what we did for them last year. But like a faithful loving pooch that wants to make the world happy....that won't stop me from trying....year after year. Spoken like the voice of a true mother.