This Father’s Day is a time to remember. Remember the good times you have had with your dad, and remind yourself never to take them for granted.
Think about the things he did for you, no matter how big or small. It could be as little as making your pack lunch as a child or taking you to the football every weekend, your Dad is always there for you.
Your dad will always be there to support you whether you need help or advice. It’s only when you achieve things like passing your driving test or graduate university, you realise how proud he is of you.
For me, my Dad was a pillar of support when I needed it the most, whether it was needing advice in times of self-doubt or when I struggled with things he was always there.
Although it has been eight long months since my Dad passed away, I know I will always have memories of things we did together, going to the football, watching cricket or just spending time with each other.
Many things have happened in that time, I began working as a writer for Nigel Pearson Media and Coventry City achieved promotion. I know one thing for sure, my dad certainly would be proud of those achievements right now.
I for one am pleased that I was able to have the kind of relationship I had with my dad because he helped make me become the person I am today. I feel sorry for anyone who doesn’t know who their father is or just simply doesn’t want to see them.
My message this Father’s Day is, enjoy the times you have together because you don’t know how long it will last. Don’t have any regrets.