By Eric L. Wesson Sr.
CALL Staff Writer
“Today, 24 million children are growing up in a home without their biological father. In the African American community, it is two out of every three children.” National Fathering Initiative
Jim “Granddad” Nunnelly has a new concept for Father’s Day this year. That concept, instead of allowing your children to get you a gift for Father’s Day, fathers should focus on their children by taking their children out and spending the day with them doing something that they are sure to remember.
Some fathers may not agree with sacrificing the only day that is set aside for fathers, besides Christmas, to get some socks, a shirt, maybe a tie and cuff link set or cologne and house slippers and card, to focus on our children.
You know, our little darlings, the ones who we get up early for on our off day to drive across town to take them to work and they get an attitude because they are six minutes late, due to unexpected traffic, and get out of the car and don’t say, “thank you” or “good-bye”.
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