To the Men that Helped Me Learn to Shine
My father embodies the words heroism and survivor. He survived a tour as a grunt soldier in Vietnam. Through myRead more.
Setting the Path on Triplet’s Hill
Blinding white with sparkling snow, Triplet’s Hill towered above my small, six-year-old pudgy body. The sun shone dull and coldRead more.
Daddy’s Choice: The Heart of the Father
Anyone can be a Dad, but it takes character and commitment to become a Father. Some have children born inRead more.
The sweat on the wrinkled skin of the autumn apples, the scent of ochre-crimson apple-pulp, fermenting in the fireplace,Read more.
My Dad, William James Roberts
When I think of my dad, a smile usually comes across my face. He was a good man with aRead more.
3 Things Hall of Fame Dads Say
I’m better than my dad at basketball. That’s not much of a feat considering he’s seventy. I was able toRead more.
The Father Who Gave it All
One of the important things about being a father is being there for your kids. I'm not talking about simplyRead more.
Patricia Simmons Casciano on Facebook
My dad was a loving, sentimental, protective, patient man. He grew up on a farm, fought in World War 11Read more.
The power of a napkin…
Who is the most influential person you know? Think about that for just a second. Now, ask yourself this: WhoRead more.
The Life-Changing Fatherly Advice My Dad Gave Me
A friend and father recently asked me, "What's the best piece of advice your dad gave you?" And I reallyRead more.