Monthly Archives: August 2014

A hole in dad’s bucket list

I miss my dad. I miss him more (he passed on nearly three years ago) when I think of the things that I could have done to make his final days more memorable for the both of us. Regrets are … Continue reading

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We fight – a letter to a son with a broken heart

My dear son, The lucky ones have never experienced what you are feeling right now. The lucky ones are those who lie to us about the pain because the truth is hard to admit when it is the most painful … Continue reading

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Now that’s a “Gipper” moment

I know how hard it is to coach little league sports because I’ve been doing for two decades now. It is a difficult and mostly thankless job but it is rewarding because when you do it the right way you … Continue reading

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