Category Archives: On Fatherhood

I Have A Choice

I can write about the hurricanes or I can do a TBT on my daughters. Easy choice. These two go together.       Advertisements

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Selecting A Mate, Simplified​

One of my greatest accomplishments as a father was to have been able to send our daughters to Aquinas HS and have them sit in classrooms that had Barry Cook standing in the front. Now, years after their high school … Continue reading

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And The Winners Are. . .

The total mileage for the 3-day journey was 2,237, but who’s counting? I’ll never do it again, but you’ve heard that before. The winners: The Most Boring Road: The stretch of road between Jacksonville, FL, and Mobile, Al is approximately 430 miles … Continue reading

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Ordered

Life is again ordered, at least temporarily. Megan and Martha are back in Houston. I am back in Aiken. A few stories will follow, but this may be one of my favorite pictures of the year. Martha, below, after her … Continue reading

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I Lied

I believe that I have stated that I would never do this again. I lied. Tomorrow, Megan, Martha and I will head to Charleston, SC  for Megan’s one-month, post-surgery check-up. We will then begin the seventeen-hour journey to Houston, arriving Thursday … Continue reading

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Scratching My Head And Sighing

What is going on with parents leaving infants in cars to roast to death? Rarely will I cite CNN as a source, but I found: More than 36 kids die in hot cars every year and July is usually the … Continue reading

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Can’t Buy A Break

I am starting to feel like David Kanigan, one of my blogging heroes.  Just recently, I teased DK that he allows himself to get into crazy situations, simply to have something to write about on his blog. He did not … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger

Now that she is home. (yay) Lifted from my daughter’s Instagram page: mvisotski001   Zoom in for that “soft smile of the year” look… I finally busted out of the hospital a few mins ago and am heading home (hopefully this time … Continue reading

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View From My Desk

The medical sojourn of our daughter Megan continues and today, I spent 11 hours at Augusta University Medical Center. ,  That’s 25 hours in only two days in one week. The story starts here.     Megan is spending the night … Continue reading

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Low Country Update, Pt. 2

  Selby and Martha are enjoying their time at “Camp Visotski for Your Daughters Dogs”, visiting with their three “cousins” that live here year round.   Megan made it through the 9-hour surgery and according to her surgeon it went “textbook … Continue reading

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