Archives For Father’s Day


Attends show, barbecue with family


Daddy’s Little Girl

I remember your

first cry

first words

first steps

Which is why I don’t understand

the reason you no longer

have time for me

care for me

honor me

love me

Today

I shed many a tear

because you were not near

On the one day I needed you

I wanted you

to listen for a moment

of just where I think we both went wrong

We both needed time

We both needed patience

We both needed understanding

The love a father has for his child

is like no other

Don’t stand in his way

He’ll never back down from a battle

Especially not when and if it is his own

Lovely daughter looking back at him

He takes no mercy

He gives no excuses,

That’s because 

He’s the man who helped create

The real beauty that you are

You’ll always be Daddy’s little girl

Wont you stop by and talk for a while

Even fathers deserve second chances

Copyright 2014 Daddy’s Little Girl© Felina Silver Robinson

 

 

 

 


1. Obama Reaffirms Commitment to Indian Country in Historic Visit

Suzette Brewer
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama stand with Standing Rock
Sioux Tribe Chairman Dave Archambault II on the President’s historic visit to Indian country.

2. The Dangerous Dissent in State of Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community

3. An Agreement Is Reached Regarding Scalps at the Karl May Museum

4. Let’s Move! in Indian Country to Celebrate Third Anniversary at Zuni Pueblo

LMIC
Let’ s Move! in Indian Country works to prevent childhood obesity in American
Indian and Alaska Native children.

5. 10 PrezRezVisit Tweets From Obama’s Visit to Standing Rock

Associated Press
President Barack Obama poses with Native America dancers during his visit to the
Standing Rock Indian Reservation Friday, June 13, 2014, photo in Cannon Ball, N.D.

6. Native American Song by Jackie Bird for All the Fathers

7. Supreme Court rules on Native American adoption rights

8. Thousands of Native Americans are being kicked out of tribes across the US dis enrolled

9. Fake American Indians

10. Fake Natives/Mixed Bloods: My Thoughts


Fathers

The job is the same

No matter what the name

The job is the same

No matter your age

Your child wants to know you

Whatever your game

You can’t deceive them

They’ve got their eye on you

Sometimes playful

Mostly stable

Always thinking

Always worrying

Wanting to make sure

That everyone is happy

Everyone is safe

Everyone knows that he’s doing his best

There is never a moment

That he’ll stop believing

That you’re the best

His love is so powerful

That he’s willing to give his life for yours

Fathers are all-knowing what’s often best

They earn their wisdom

With each passing year

He’s proud of his title

His family is the key

The key to his happiness

And all that can be

He’ll climb any mountain

Move any tree

If that’s what you need

to see what he means

Raise your glass to one that knows best

Happy Father’s Day

Copyright 2014 Fathers© Felina Silver Robinson


Father’s Day, a day like no other. Last night I dropped off cards to my dad since I would be celebrating with my husband and our kids. My dad planned to work through Father’s Day as that is what makes him the happiest. I invited him to stop by for a barbecue lunch, he assured me that he would most likely be too busy because he had much work to do. I left the offer open.

Father’s Day morning, I went to Dunkin Donuts to pick up the breakfast requested by my husband as well as breakfast for everyone else. Today, there would be no chores for my husband outside of cleaning off the grill, and starting it up.

With 7 Children home to honor a dad the day was amazing. Our 29 year old cooked the burgers, hot dogs, corn on the cob and the Spanish rice. Everyone else supplied the laughter and smiles. The day included beautiful heart warming cards filled with love. Chewie the adorable little chitzu and the three Jealous family cats brought some amusement to the occasion. Everyone chipped in to clean up when all the fun was over. Many hugs and kisses were shared as the three oldest went on their way.

I hope that no matter what you were doing or where you were doing it, you found time to honor the father that helped you throughout the best and the worst days of your life. The father that loves you without condition. Even just a little thanks goes a long way.

Happy Father’s Day Father!