A scientist, a devoted sports fan, a patient and funny grandfather — a son on remembering dad shortly after his passing and all he was and did.
Don’t measure success by your wealth or fame. Measure it by how well you handle the long, fulfilling walk down the path of fatherhood.
Months had passed since my 40th birthday. I was at a tipping point. I had to change. “Fine,” for me, just is not good enough.
The requirements of my job are changing. My kids now need me to do less for them. If they have outgrown me, then what do I need to do for them now?
When it comes to spending time together, a family walk gives one father and his sons time to contemplate things to overcome.
To think that our existence is merely a few rings of these trees vast trunks is humbling and enlightening.