Dear Dad, Thank you for sharing your love of gardening & the Wall Street Journal. I don't know what I enjoy more, picking a tomoto from the garden or reading the paper on Sunday morning. Thank you for showing me how to change a flat tire & my own oil before I went away to college "just in case". I never had to change my own oil but the flat fix lesson has proven to be priceless. Thank you for all the nights you helped me with my math homework. You were right, not a day goes by that I don't use math for something. Thank you for being the smartest person I've ever known and thank you for telling me about USAA. I'm still with them & they are still the best. Love, me PS: Come to think about it the only thing I can think of that you've ever been even a little bit wrong about was the computer thing. Turns out they're not just another fad after all.