While I am fortunate to be able to spend a Father’s Day with my boys, it breaks my heart to think about those kids can’t be with their father on this day because of the cruel immigration policy in the U.S. What’s happened to one of the most kind, passionate countries in the world?
We spent the weekend in Lancaster with my mom, sisters, and relatives. We had Korean BBQ and just relaxed. We celebrated my mom’s eighty-first birthday. Although she has trouble walking, she has not stopped spending time in the kitchen. She made some banging cháo lòng. I had three bowls for dinner and one leftover for breakfast. It is alway nice being around family members. Food and drink help tremendously bringing us together.
I caught a glimpse here and there of the World Cup. Being a father, I no longer have the luxury of drinking a beer or two and watch a game straight through. Muchas gracias to Telemundo Deportes for the free live stream. I also used Football Full Match to watch some replays. I am hoping to get to watch more in the next few weeks.
Life is busy, but good. I still love my kids even though they drive me nuts and make me exhausted. Summer is already here. I hope to get some calm, peaceful time before the forth boy comes out and rocks the universe.