Monthly Archives: May 2015

Dadmissions: If I Ever Prayed

If I ever prayed, I’d say thank you for the family we have. Parents and kids together… we’ve built a foundation of love and support. If I ever prayed, I’d say thank you for the house we share. It may … Continue reading

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On A Foggy and Cold Day at the Bridge by the Bay

On a foggy and cold day at the bridge by the bay… we made his final wishes a reality… My sister and her husband flew in from the east coast. We all drove up from Los Angeles, the wife and … Continue reading

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What Being “Dadly” Means To Me

When I think of the word “dadly” I think of guys not being afraid to be themselves and let their dad flag fly no matter what anyone thinks. The Urban Dictionary describes “Dadly” as being “in a satisfying and proud … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day: Why I’m A Hypocrite

I hate Mother’s Day. There I said it. I hate Father’s Day too for that matter. I hate them because they reduce to one day the sacrifices each of us makes the entire year. One stupid day. 51 weeks a … Continue reading

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The $5 Mystery From 1949

It was deep inside a Los Angeles book store aptly named “The Last Bookstore”… tucked inside an old bank vault full of books.. books that look like some of them haven’t been touched in decades… I reached between a stack … Continue reading

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