One hundred and Seventy One days lands on Father’s Day. I’m not big on calendar dates whatsoever and I hate to bust someone else’s ideals, so I keep quite most times and let people have their moments. I’ve gotten plenty of texts and emails wishing me a Happy Father’s Day, but truly its more annoying than warming. I’m a father each and everyday and handle the responsibilities of being a father everyday as well, so to get a flood of “Happy Father’s Day” wishes in various forms is very irritating as I’m not seeking any reward or pat on the back for something that I decided on and willingly signed up for. Instead of waiting for one particularly indicated day on a calendar, call that MAN, that role model, that father-figure and tell him he is appreciated on what seems to be a random and ordinary day, THAT will become Father’s Day with that special acknowledgement right at that moment.
In other news, though not Grammy related, I leave you with Ed O.G. with this timeless classic.