by erikrasmussen, on Flickr")Last Friday, March 19th, was Father's Day in Spain. My wife asked me for a recent photograph of Nora for a gift for me. I had no idea what it was going to be, but I printed a crop of her head from my current favorite photo. That night, when she got back from daycare, she brought with her a very pleasant surprise.
Here you go, Daddy!
Thank you, Nora!
She helped me unwrap the crinkly tissue paper.
Daddy's surprise. It was two gifts.
The first was a card, which read:
De tu mano voy a aprender lo que mañana voy a ser.
Feliz día, papá!
Which translates to:
From your hand I'm going to learn what tomorrow I will be.
Happy day, Dad!
And she "signed" the inside of the card.
The other gift was a laminated ornament thing with a suction cup on it, presumably for hanging in the car, or on a window or something.
Daddy! You're doing it wrong!
Thank you, Nora, and thank you to your thoughtful daycare helpers for making this gift for me.