Sunday, June 15, 2008

Lessons Learned From Dad

Always do your best and try your hardest.
Do it right the first time around, it will save you time in the long run.
There is always someone who is worse off than you are.
Help those who are in need; lend them a hand.
Pick up the tools after you are done with them.
Take care of your tools.
Everything has a spot, put it back into its spot and there won't be a mess to clean up.
Learn how to fix things yourself, then you will know that the job was done right.
Think about what you are doing.
Save your back and use your head.
If you are using the shovel make sure there is a full load on it; none of this half-way business.
Lift heavy stuff with your legs, not your back.
Shake hands with a firm grip and look the other person in the eye.
Show respect to others.
Thanks Dad for these positive life lessons that are ingrained into my being! Happy Father's Day!
Love, Mom

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