Erik Nitsche: Love You Dad
Artist: Erik Nitsche
Whether he taught you how to hammer a nail without hitting your thumb, throw a football in the backyard, or told you your very first bedtime story, it is only with the fondest of memories that we think of our fathers. Once we thought he was the biggest, strongest man alive, and that he could solve every problem that ever came along. As children, winning his attention was worth the effort. And, as we grew older, earning his respect -- though more of a job -- was a triumph in itself. The man we affectionately call Dad gave us more than life. He gave us a sense of who we are, and how we should act with dignity and honesty. We are ever grateful for his attention and patience as a teacher; his concern and love as a parent, and his helpfulness as a friend. Each Father's Day, we want him to know how much we care, but we should also remember and honor him the rest of the year as well. This artwork presents a colorful and bold rendition of the "Love You, Dad" theme, and forms a loving tribute to fathers everywhere.
This artwork was originally published on the Fleetwood® First Day Cover for the U.S. 22¢ Love You Dad! stamp issued April 20, 1987.
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