That was supposed to be it for early Fathers Day, with anything else related to the occasion to occur on the weekend with Shauna and the kids.
However, when I checked the mailbox, my new tee shirt had arrived.
You remember the orange shoes, right? Once I had them, we were looking for orange accessories. Sue found a tee from a First Nations site, and it happened to arrive just awhile before we were to depart for my second jab.
Since I had the shirt, Sue decided to give me my Fathers Day present then and there. Perhaps, you can see why.
That's right, it's a new cap, and it contains some orange and doesn't conflict with orange like my blue and red tartan caps. It's a very nice cap and even looks okay when I turn it backwards to take pictures.
I am very pleased with both items, and the cap is a quality one.
At some other time, I will post about the tee and the connection with First Nations and the story behind it, for it is of some significance.
For now though, it is just about Fathers Day, the orange shirt, and the cap.
I am not sure yet how and when I will see the kids, and there will likely be another Fathers Day post once I do. Meanwhile, Sue will have her second jab today, and that is worth celebrating too.