Father’s Day Story

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 A young man comes home and says “Dad, just got my driver’s license and would like to use the family car.” Father replies, :”O.K., son. But, first, you have to get good grades in school, keep your room clean, make the yard is neat, and cut your hair. Come back in a few months and then we’ll see.”

Well, several months pass and the young man comes into the house with his report card in his hand. “Dad, I got great marks on my report card. I’ve been keeping my room as neat as a pin, and the yard is always ship-shape. How about letting me use the car?”

Father replies, “That’s all true, but son you didn’t cut your hair.” Son says, “But, dad, Jesus had long hair.” Father replies, “Yes, son, you’re perfectly right. And he walked everywhere he went.


“Here’s a special story you might enjoy reading. It was written by Mark A.


On December 5, 1998, my son, Jeffrey was in a serious auto accident. He was left a quadrapalegic.


From the moment he left ICU, he has shown incredible strength of character and a spirit that has touched everyone he meets.

Part of his strength has been his determination to develop the muscles that do work and that’s why


I’m working with my Chiropractor.


His goals? Well, one of them is to hold his little eight month old niece in his arms and the other is to hug his darling four-year-old son. I am proud to say that a few weeks ago, with the help of a mobile arm support, he held little Claire! In early August his son Alex will be here and I just “know” that he will hug him.


So on this Father’s Day, I would like to honor my son, Jeffrey, for his spirit, and his love and devotion to his family.


It is my honor to have him in my home and help care for him — he is a tribute to what the human spirit is capable of. Claire and Alex will be left a legacy of courage, laughter, prayer and joy in the face of adverstiy — what greater gifts can we give to our children than these? They are truly blessed to have him in their young lives and so are we!


THANK YOU for being a special patient at this office, and a good friend. You may not know it, but I consider you a V.I.P. and a part of my family. Thanks again for being a patient.