My Dad is the coolest 82 year old that I know.
In addition to putting up with my own nonsense for a lot of years, he frequently would take his grandchildren to the park,
He is smart and knows about just all kinds of things. Technology doesn't phase him. He has used a computer for many years, and he does way more than check email. He's set up devices like Apple TV, and yes, he even tweets. He
|Where was this guy during those Lego marathons?|
The one thing he loved, that
So as a nod to my biggest fan, this Father's Day, I'd love to share a story with him that blends two of his passions - the pipes and history. So just for my Dad on this Father's Day I'd like to share this story about the pipes and D-Day. He might already know it, because he knows just about everything. But I'll share it anyway ;)
And before I start, for clarification, I don't mean D-Day as in Diabetes Day, as is the norm for this blog. Certainly there is no shortage of "D" things mentioned here. I mean D-Day as in the D-Day.
Now, due to
What was the last tune they had piped on D-Day in Normandy?
Read all about it here.
As I reflect on my years since he brought me onto this planet, I see little bits of my Dad in me. But one day, I hope that I can be as smart and cool as him.
Happy Father's Day, Dad!