Father’s Day … Sunshine and Scarlet Ribbons

Betty Kerss Groezinger

1935 Daddy and newborn Betty 2

This day has been filled with celebration of my dad.

Memories have flooded my mind, not the big happenings in life, but the small things that make up life. It’s impossible to remember him without thinking of the many gifts he gave me—no, not touchable gifts, but the intangible ones of love and security and a solid foundation to build my life on.

He taught me small things like reading a map. Dad handed me a map once when we were on a car trip, he showed me where we were and where we were going. Then he said the next time we came to an intersection I had to tell him which way to turn, pretty heady power for a ten-year old little girl. We got lost a few times but we got there. I can still read maps and find my way most anywhere.

1937 Betty at Great grandmothers in Blue Ridge

Now my dad could…

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About Betty Kerss Groezinger

Betty Kerss Groezinger, a native Texan, was born in Dallas. She was a legal researcher for President Harry S. Truman in Independence, Missouri, taught business courses at Rockhurst College in Kansas City, Missouri, and on her return to Dallas, she worked for more than a decade with advertising agencies. She has been a resident of Irving, Texas, since 1965, and is now working on the sequel to The Davenport Dilemma.
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3 Responses to Father’s Day … Sunshine and Scarlet Ribbons

  1. Jim Montgomery says:

    Thank you Betty!

    My writing has paused (SciFi novel) due to business but I’m anxious to pick back up. You remain a great inspiration!

    Thank you for sharing your gift! Jim

    Sent from my iPhone



  2. leska valerius says:

    Beautiful, Betty. I miss you!

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    On Sun, Jun 20, 2021 at 12:40 PM Betty Kerss Groezinger wrote:

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