Father’s Day is Sunday, July 17 this year. This is, undoubtedly, a prefect time of year to tell your dad how much you love and appreciate him. In reality, we seldom express our love to our dad in daily life. Also, now and then, we even may quarrel with them due to some tiny issues. Father is the superhero and crucial educators in our lives, yet, they yearn for our understanding and love as well.
This time, Dingtone is so lucky to offer our users a platform to share their stories about dad, some of which are extremely moving and inspiring. Let’s check out our users’ story:
＂My father was born in 1923 grew up poor in West Virginia to farmers. He had several health problems but it never held him back he married my Mother and they left West Virginia and came to Maryland for work. He lost his first son at Johns Hopkins hospital due to a whole in his heart and in the 50s they did not have the technology they do now. After that he had 3 sons and one daughter. He taught us how to hunt and fish he was a outdoorsman for sure. He was a good man and is greatly missed. One word to describe him would be Gentle!＂
“My father raised me on his own. He had no idea on how to raise a daughter, so he raised me like a solider. Taught me to care and love myself, treat others like I like to be treated and and remember to smile for any impression. Be strong, don’t be afraid to ever speak your mind, and everyone has opinion but to think logically to determine what is right for yourself. Exercise, eat vegetables & fruit and stay away from all sugar. He past away last year a couple of days after my birthday. That man taught me life and lessons that I past on to all my kids. Their strong and determined to be productive and not to let anyone change your self worth. In one word to describe my dad is “Resilient”. My mother was their bit had a lot of problems. My father raise me right. To see wrong from right, to realize it alright to ask for help and be dependable and as honest as you possibly can: cause lies hurt for more than the truth. I celebrate Father’s Day in remembrance of him always. I wouldn’t be the woman I am today – a loyal, hard working and honest person. He is a Veteran as well as in the Korean war. He should of been honored. I know he went through a lot especially growing up and living in the that Blacks had no say. He seen a lot. God Bless to my father and I know I will see him again. I love & miss you.”
—— Allenette Smith
“This is my dad! I couldn’t imagine a better one, he’s always there for me no matter what and no matter how many times I’ve messed up or did something stupid he’s never turned his back on me and never will. He’s always been such a strong man, Brave and Bold and I always thought nothing could touch him. Unfortunately almost 3 years ago we found out he has cancer, thank God it’s in remission at the moment but it’s still scary. He’s a fighter with a heart of gold! I still tear up to this day whenever I hear all the songs he used to sing me to sleep with like Stand By Me and summertime, and a whole bunch of Marvin Gaye and Bob Marley. He’s done so much for me I would never be able to repay him in a million years…. I love him more than I can put into words. This is a picture of a true hero, My Dad ❤”
“My father was Army veteran he was Ranked E-7 after medical leave my dad taught Bible School . Great man good listener miss talking to him .My father passed away 4-2-2016 in a veteran hospital in North Carolina . Blessing of it all we gain 2 Angels that day my cousin gave birth to her daughter the same day . Love your father no matter what happen no one perfect . Make your own choice to be in their life . Love you Dad Marvin g Moore Jr“
Exactly, it is quite easy to say “Love You” to Dad even not on Father’s Day. Don’t be shy any more! Growing up with the care of Dad is the best gift throughout our whole life. It’s time to let your Dad know you love him as much as they love you! If you are not around, deliver your love with Dingtone. It’s never too late to express your feelings!