No one is infallible when it comes to making decisions. You just must consider that sometimes things will be beyond your control.
On the morning of the funeral, Penny decided she wanted to say a few words about Nana. Her first eulogy was everything is should have been.
Every day I think about the effect my skin color will have on my daughter’s life. The looks we receive, the way people talk to me. You’ve already witnessed some behavior that might well have been motivated by hate.
I also won’t let my son play with guns, or ride a bike without a helmet or use heroin. There’s just too much risk. I can live with my son missing out on those things, so long as my son is living.
Oren Miller died over the weekend, and that loss brings great sorrow to fathers who made up his extended family, virtual and IRL, in the dad blogging world.
My daughter believes in the Fat Guy with genius Elven slaves and a sleigh powered by reindeer farts but not the afterlife.