Continuing, he joked, "And here's to
getting you off of my insurance.
Here's to the father the two of them saw while doing their half-mile swim at the River Road Pool at Emerald Park: a guy patiently - and painstakingly - teaching his physically disabled son to swim.
Here's to guys celebrating Father's Day today for the first time.
Here's to soccer dads and baseball dads and swimming dads who don't have time to coach but make time anyway.
And here's to fathers who listen to their children practice music - and, regardless of the quality, are convinced the kid is Mozart.
Ditto small, craft breweries such as southern California's Stone Brewing, the co-founder of which, Greg Koch, declared that his reaction to "Here's to Beer" was a wholly unenthusiastic, "That's nice, I guess."
After touting its launch in their March newsletter, noting that the Beer Institute worked on the campaign's development, a thorough scan of the organization's website reveals no further reference to "Here's to Beer," and organization officials declined to comment on it, referring questions to Anheuser-Busch.
Is "Here's to Beer" significant or spurious, and more to the point, is beer even in need of a makeover in the first place?
Thus it should come as no surprise that A-B wants in on the craft brew action, via their specialty and seasonal brands, and "Here's to Beer." Nor should it be startling that the other big brewers would decline to climb aboard this train, given that they can reap the benefits of the unbranded campaign without paying a single cent.
the memories, here's to
the greats, Here's to
the ladies, here's to
the mates, Raise the glasses high, raise your glasses tall Here's to
the Sixties, the greatest time of all.
So here's to mothers who cherish their children, despite the inevitable pain that parenting asks.
Here's to mothers who grew up amid a depression and war, and kept families together when fathers were off to the South Pacific or Italy or France.
Here's to mothers whose love for their children transcended the generation gap of the '60s, who realized a relationship was more important than the length of a son's hair.
Here's to mothers who pushed baby carriages before they had 16 wheels, Nicro-Active shock absorbers and built-in CD players.
a band who tore the damn roof off and kicked the walls down every time I saw 'em do their old rip roarin'!