Happy Day For Fathers – And for Those Without

Father’s Day isn’t a holiday for me so much as it is a memory. And while this space is normally reserved for ruminations on media and journalism, I decided to take a break and refer you to a column I wrote a couple lives ago.

I try to republish this column every year at this time, assuming I have an appropriate outlet. So here it is again — and I hope wherever you are and whatever your plans for Father’s Day, that you create some memories to cherish and pass along to your kids.

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One Response to Happy Day For Fathers – And for Those Without

  1. Dane Bustrum says:

    Very well written heart warming article. It’s a different take on life as we know it. It really does help you appreciate Father’s day and the memories we create and share at those really special times. I think you’ve captured the essence of “holiday” here. Thank you.

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Happy Day For Fathers – And for Those Without

Father’s Day isn’t a holiday for me so much as it is a memory. And while this space is normally reserved for ruminations on media and journalism, I decided to take a break and refer you to a column I wrote a couple lives ago.

I try to republish this column every year at this time, assuming I have an appropriate outlet. So here it is again — and I hope wherever you are and whatever your plans for Father’s Day, that you create some memories to cherish and pass along to your kids.

This entry was posted in Popular Culture. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Happy Day For Fathers – And for Those Without

  1. Dane Bustrum says:

    Very well written heart warming article. It’s a different take on life as we know it. It really does help you appreciate Father’s day and the memories we create and share at those really special times. I think you’ve captured the essence of “holiday” here. Thank you.

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