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The March of Time

It’s been a little over seven years since I received that terrible phone call, the one that signaled a new age of my life. It’s a little surreal to look back at my world at the time of my father’s … Continue reading

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Groceries on the K-Line

On Christmas morning, Samantha and I were awoken at sunrise.  Not by a child jumping on the bed or excited shouts coming from downstairs (the only other person in the house being Samantha’s visiting mother down the hall) but by … Continue reading

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Five Years Later

“Sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory” – Iman How in the world has it been five years already? When I sat down to write this post about the anniversary of … Continue reading

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Legends Never Die

Father’s Day has been an ordeal for the last few years of my life.  Back in January of 2011, my father died suddenly and unexpectedly.  I wrote about it extensively on this blog and curled up in a hole for … Continue reading

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Built for the Road Ahead

I remember the day I saw Dad’s new 2005 Mustang for the first time; he had driven down from Topeka, Kansas to visit Mom.  Although they were divorced (and had been for a little while by then) acceptance was tough … Continue reading

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Three

Tomorrow marks three years since I received the fateful call that my father was gone.  Although it feels like a lifetime ago, I can still recall details.  I’m purposefully not looking at any of my old posts to see what … Continue reading

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