Thank you Dave. I was given the best Fathers Day present at 7:46pm Thursday evening. My oldest son graduated Pruden technical school(computer networking and security management). But we're not done yet. My son then graduated high school with honors at 8:10pm Friday evening.
He starts work Monday morning with a company that is revamping the local schools network system. Is already enrolled to attend ECPI in the fall.
YES, I'm very proud of my boy.
Nice pics Craig! Bring em up right. My 3 daughters are the same way, been around it all their lives and now at the ripe ole age of 6, 8 and 9, they own their own 1919, and are well known at all the MG shoots and at The Creek. They love gettin trigger time on a gun, any gun but the beltfeds are their fav.
Good lookin kid there, gotta be proud!
On behalf of all the Dads here behind enemy lines in So Kal, THX! God bless the children everyday!
Had a great time at the range with the 50 cal crew. Took my father-in-law out for the first time. He was all the way back to LB! Now he understands!
Being a Father is cool but at times .....well,frustrating is a good word. However....being a Grandfather is soooo much more fun !! Spoil the kids then send them home to the children YOU RAISED....it doesn't get any better. Called.....getting EVEN. Happy Father's Day to all dads and especially to the Grandfathers.....WE GOT IT DONE....
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