Three Lessons My Dad Taught Me Without Saying a Word
My Dad’s dream was crushed very early on. Growing up he had always wanted to be a pilot. Not justRead more.
Sacrifices and Snowballs
The snow was falling in miniature but unrelenting flakes that accumulated faster than seemed possible. As we drove home, lawnsRead more.
Walking in the Footsteps of Giants
I was born on a temperate 68o day in San Francisco at 1:31 in the afternoon, August 10, 1957. IRead more.
Smoke on the Water – A Memory with Dad
They showed up on the lake one night, visible in the morning, silent in the mist, their shapes nothing atRead more.
THE SUPER MAN
As I grew up I used to admire my Dad. Actually even today I do admire him big time. ThereRead more.
Consistently Transferring Fatherly Wisdom
With the responsibilities that fathers take on, it can often become overwhelming to oversee a vibrant and busy family. YouRead more.
When Dad picks up an empty conch shell larger than his hand, and holds it up like treasured bounty–no cracksRead more.
A Dad Who Turned His Life Around
For the first decade of my life, my dad, Don W., was a drunk without hope. He started drinking inRead more.
The sacrifice and commitment of an amazing father
Psalm 103:12-13 As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us.Read more.
A Daughter Remembers
I stood at our apartment window, watching the birds fly between our fire escape and the trees behind our building.Read more.