Category Archives: fathers day

A Lesson To Remember

I first learned this lesson way back in 1984 when I took a class for funeral directors called “Life Appreciation Training”   I could write for hours about the impact that the late Bill Bates, founder of the training, had on … Continue reading

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At the age of 60, this is my first Fathers Day without my father. This picture, is the earliest I have of us two together….It was 57 years ago and I was three years old. There are a lot of … Continue reading

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A Twist On Father’s Day

I have been toying with a variation on this post for two weeks now and was afraid I would never get it done. But . . . today is Father’s Day and two, young men that I often thought of as “the … Continue reading

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On Effort & Parenting

While perusing some of my “regular” reads earlier today, I came across this story and thought it to be worth sharing. The name of the blog is Two on a Rant and the title of the post is Father’s Day … Continue reading

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Sunday Pipes #30

Yesterday, I had the honor of serving as one of seven ushers at the wedding of a brother Knight of Columbus,  Grand Knight of Council #724, Donn S. “Chip” Luo and Heather L (Hodgens) Lupo. May their years together be … Continue reading

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