• Kris R.

daddy day,

Updated: Nov 17, 2020

Written: 6/21/2020


Today is a day when we should honor & cherish the men who in some way, played a role in making us who we are.

Whether his presence/role was sufficient or it was not sufficient enough,

Either or, he helped shape your existence, your perspective, your outlook.

Today, we acknowledge the importance & power of the man.

Today, we say thank you to the men in our lives.

Today, we will not judge based off the “but he did not do this for me”, or “he never showed up” ...

Generational curses & generational trauma are to be broken;

It’s time to heal from what was not done & choose to either rebuild that relationship,

Or not allow the lack there of to suffocate your future legacy.

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