I’d like to tell my daddy how much I love him! – Kylee DeBock

Kylee DeBock – DeBock Harvesting

Today is Father’s Day and I would like to take time to tell my daddy how much I love him!! ❤️ If you are lucky enough to meet my dad, then you are a better person just because you know him. He is as giving as they come, he is why I have such a giving heart and willingness to serve others. There has never been a job too big or too hard for my dad. He is one of the hardest working men I know. Putting in countless hours to help wherever he is needed!  He is also where I get my work ethic. Thank goodness he taught me what putting in a full day of hard work looks like, considering the lifestyle I lead now working 12-14 hour days in the harvest fields. My daddy gave me the love for horses, even though as a baby my first time on a horse I cried, it was short-lived, however, as I grew up to be an all-around champion and daddy’s rodeo queen!! My daddy doesn’t know a stranger. He loves to talk and tell stories to anyone that will listen. My daddy gave me the gift of gab! I too am a very outgoing person who loves to meet and visit with new people everywhere I go. The song titled, “Daddy’s Hands” sung by Holly Dunn could not be more fitting for my daddy! I thank God for you, Dad, every day. I love you so much! You are everything that a girl looks for in a man and your qualities showed me what I wanted for my future husband! Dillon, just like you, is an amazing man who loves me and his children unconditionally and I know he gets his great qualities from his dad, Levi. I am so blessed that Colston and Riggin have three AMAZING men to look up to as they grow.

Happy Father’s Day to all the daddy’s out there!

God Bless,
Kylee DeBock

“Children, obey your parents because you belong to the Lord, for this is the right thing to do.”
‭‭Ephesians‬ ‭6:1‬ ‭NLT

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Definition of a HarvestHER - a strong woman willing to do whatever it takes to get the harvest in. She must have these qualities: 1. Be ready to go at the drop of a hat...sometimes without a lunchbox. 2. Has removed the word impossible from her vocabulary! 3. Can hold a baby, take care of a toddler and drive a tractor or combine all at the same time. 4. Must be able to cook for a crew - large or small. 5. Must be able to read minds. 6. Must be able to banter with a parts man until he realizes you DO know what you're talking about. 7. Must be the entertainment director for those rainy days. 8. Be a wife, mom, friend, helper, cook, problem solver, taxi driver or extra crew hand at all times. 9. Can handle the call that makes you react, "You need what? When?" Dropping everything you're doing to make it happen. 10. At the end of the day say, "I really do love this life".

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