Presence Is the Best Present
Father’s Day holds even more meaning this year, as more people can spend the day together making up for time lost last year when distance helped keep folks safe but left hearts heavy. Today, we will be excited to see the smiles on everyone’s faces and leave masks to baseball catchers guarding home plate. “Having a good time” will mean time spent together savoring a meal, laughing over old stories, and enjoying shared past times. This year’s present is presence: it’s a gift we couldn’t be happier to give and none better to receive.
We hope you will enjoy this day with the fathers in your life doing what you love to do — together!
Wishing Our Father and Yours a Happy Father’s Day!
Cabot, Gardner, Eliot