Experience the thrill of Father's Day long before the fact with this heartwrenching memoir from Cory Laslocky: Servicing The Working Man by Cory Laslocky My Pop-Pop just turned 85 the other day and do you know how he spent his day? Working, and I don't mean weeding in the garden, although he did do that too, but only after he finished working. Rendered services. Contributed to America's bottom line. And although he's certainly entitled at his age, he spent his birthday -- the day meant for celebrating the moment he joined the human race after being squeezed from his mother's womb 85 years ago -- earning a living. My Pop-Pop, to quote Tom Brokaw, is part of America's greatest generation, the generation that built America as we know it. Back then, the only thing my Pop-Pop, and men like him, did was build -- all the time: factories, dams, skyscrapers, fighter jets. He might even have built the place you're sitting in right now. Are you sitting in a fighter jet parked on top of a skyscraper? If so, he probably did. For the full article please visit http://www.thebigjewel.com/servicingtheworkingman To subscribe or unsubscribe from this email list please email list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx with your request.