Treasure Island

Mary Nagy

(11-08-1970)

Happy Father's Day Todd! !


It feels like I have known you
for my entire life.
I truly started living
when I became your wife.

You've taught me what true love is
by opening your heart.
My love for you is immeasurable.
It's been growing from the start.

I watch you with our children.
The love shown on your face.
You show them all such tenderness
as you guide them into place.

If I could choose the perfect man,
you'd be the only one.
You're dependable, and reliable,
but you're also tons of fun! !

You help to teach our kids what's right
and guide them through this life.
I have to tell you once again...
I love being your wife!

Submitted: Wednesday, February 16, 2005
Edited: Friday, January 05, 2007

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