My Father’s Day

In all honesty, dear reader, this day has never meant much to me as my father was never around (I come from one of those single parent deals and I’m not a father myself) but I honor those fathers who were and wish them the best. So, indeed, Happy Father’s Day!

And apropos of this special day (not to mention the fact I haven’t blogged in a month and would like to sweep out the cobwebs), I thought I’d share a post with you from the past. The subject is my own father, who finally did show up in the strangest of ways. (Please click here.)

See you soon, I hope,

Your Friendly Bartender

6 Responses to “My Father’s Day”


  1. 1 MikeQ June 18, 2012 at 2:57 am

    So good to see you back here, Scrib! Great post via the link. That’s what I’ll do while your working on the book … just cruise through your archives. There’s a great book and more in there. Hope all is well, my friend.

  2. 2 marty wombacher (@martywombacher) June 18, 2012 at 9:10 am

    What a great Father’s Day story, good to see you posting here again, Scribbler!

  3. 3 scribbler50 June 18, 2012 at 7:19 pm

    MikeQ: Thank you, Mike, and yes all is well. I appreciate, as always, your stopping by. Cheers, man.

    Marty: Sorry to see your blog is on hold (I know the feeling, my friend) best of luck in your search for a new gig.
    Thanks, Marty.

  4. 4 GregN June 22, 2012 at 6:41 pm

    Great story, thank you.

  5. 5 scribbler50 June 22, 2012 at 9:04 pm

    GregN: You’re welcome, Greg, and thank YOU!

  6. 6 Pieter B (@DragonCalf) July 5, 2012 at 9:10 pm

    Ah, that was one of your greatest stories, Scrib. I didn’t even have to click on it to know.

    This was my first “real” Father’s Day, since my love and I finally got married this year, and I now am legally a stepdad and a granddad three times over.


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