I’ve never required spit-shined shoes or hospital corner bed sheets, but my military service has had a positive influence my kids’ lives.
The coronavirus outbreak has cancelled many plans, and birthed virtual happy hours and “social distancing” along with great uncertainty about life to come.
Having children makes a fella change his ways and discover new things — some good, some bad, some hilarious — because that’s what becoming dad does.
A dad who walked Hadrian’s Wall to raise money for a nonprofit camp that helps children of adults with cancer recounts the 84-mile journey.
I like to bring my daughter to work, place her in my Herman Miller chair and take funny “look at the adorable little future lawyer” pictures. Until she pisses all over the chair (and the carpet).
Muhammad’s father and uncle, each a veteran of war, had been killed by the defeated Iraqi regime. Muhammad was our translator. He was important to all of us.