A Different Kind of Father’s Day Gift

This Sunday is Father’s Day, a fact which I completely forgot while I was sprinting my way from Terminal 1 to Terminal 3 at Heathrow. Cards are gonna be late this year, collective Dads!

Author and blogfather Tony Woodlief hasn’t forgotten, and somehow managed to artfully relate Paris Hilton to Father’s Day. Bravo.

‘It’s interesting that we celebrate the success of men at business, sports, entertainment, war, and politics, but rarely at the thing which matters more than those often-ephemeral feats, the raising up of confident, competent, moral, courageous children to carry on a free and prosperous civilization. Not to wrestle with this great calling every day of our lives, fathers, is to fail at manhood itself.’

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  1. Jason Goroncy
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    Just wanted to say how much I enjoy reading your blog. I’m new to dad-blogging but it seems that there’s quite a nifty community of us around. Keep posting … and playing!

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