My son knows he’s better than me at video games. But I also know something he doesn’t, which is bigger than the giant spider thing that almost eats my face.
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.
Expressing emotion to other men is not something that comes naturally to me. That’s where my dad’s group helped when I needed it most.
His foul ball sits next to mine on the shelf in my office, sharing childhood memories of two boys who have a love for baseball.
Happy Father’s Day Sunday 8:30am: I am making a bagel while putting away clean dishes, waiting for my coffee to […]
One of the great things about being in a “Dads Group” is being a resource for one another. Learning together we discover […]