Tag Archives: Fathers and Daughters

The Things That Matter

This is a little story about big things ~ the things in life that seem (to me) most important.  I wrote this story three years ago in answer to a challenge by Keith Channing to write a story based on … Continue reading

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My Dad

Originally posted on Odyssey of a Novice Writer:
My Dad This is my dad. His name was James, but everyone called him ‘Jim.’ This photo was taken about five years before he died, much too young, a victim of lung…

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Father’s Day

Photos of my dad and I. Seventeen years since he’s been gone. I miss him more as time goes on. ❤ Happy Father's Day to all you fine men taking an active interest in your children's lives. Any man can … Continue reading

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The Things That Matter

“Life was simpler back then,” said Daddy.  “The ‘fifties – they were the good years.  The best years…” His head rested against the several thin pillows the nurse had left.  He spoke softly, his voice rising just barely above the muted sounds coming from … Continue reading

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My Dad

This is my dad. His name was James, but everyone called him ‘Jim.’ This photo was taken about five years before he died, much too young, a victim of lung cancer. It’s my favorite photo of him because he looks … Continue reading

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