Tag Archives: daughters

What’s The Likelihood?

Putting all the political improbabilities aside for a few minutes…. what is the probability of two sisters and their husbands, both closing on their first homes within 24 hours of each other? One home is in the Michigan tundra and … Continue reading

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TBT 11/5/2020

I found this photo that is probably around 20 years old.  (Remember the bulky, Sony digital cameras you put a hard, floppy disc in?  Maybe it was the old, AE-1?  I ) I believe this was during a Convention held … Continue reading

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On Time

Isn’t it strange how time seems to speed up as you get older? Seasons come and seasons go . . . and come . . . and go. It seems this year that October arrived right after June, or maybe … Continue reading

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Seeing Sun Through The Fog

This has been a very challenging Spring, OK…year. The unusually cool and breezy weather we have enjoyed the last few weeks has been replaced by the heat, humidity and gnats that South Carolina is famous for.  Opened, screened windows have … Continue reading

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It’s The Way We Do It Down In South Carolina

I’ll be back on the road again tomorrow….960 miles to Houston, but who’s counting. This will be a multi-purpose visit and I’m looking forward to all aspects of the trip. If all goes well, I just might tell a few … Continue reading

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Eight Years Later

Way, way back in 2011, I wrote a story on the old blog entitled “I Get It Now.” It was my observation of our daughters growing up and becoming their own person. Eight years later, Elissa  (Jelly) is married for … Continue reading

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At The Eleventh Hour

I was advised this afternoon that today is “National Daughters Day” Somehow, I managed to miss that memo, so getting home late tonight, I’m getting the mention in at the eleventh hour (well, 10:30) We are fortunate to have three, … Continue reading

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Size Is Relative . .

. . . two, brief stories in one. Earlier in the week, I found myself at a K of C meeting with Fr. Joseph Romanoski, Pastor of Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Lexington, SC.  Father is originally from Manville, NJ, … Continue reading

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Road Trip Take Aways

Mission accomplished and a new, PR (personal record, from my running days) was achieved. I drove 1,906.9 miles in a span of 42 hours, taking our daughter’s dog back to her in Houston, TX and turning around to come home … Continue reading

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As Hoped And Planned

This is not the first time I opined on fatherhood and it probably won’t be the last. It’s a little long, but I’m in charge, here. This story will make much more sense if you go to the blog and … Continue reading

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