Father’s Day 1964

It's summer 1964, time to show my daddy some love. I chose a full sheet of cardinal-red construction paper for my card stock, and folded it in half. My nine-year-old self selected this snapshot of me sporting my favorite, mom-made dress--a pink and white striped frock with poppin' pink buttons--and all set to enter the … Continue reading Father’s Day 1964

Fathers’ Days

When you are a parent everyday is a father's day or a mother's day--for the rest of your life.  If you are lucky, you get to live long enough to suffer your children's travails, survive their adolescent brain storms, enjoy your own descent into ignorance as they ascend into their young adult superiority, and, finally, celebrate … Continue reading Fathers’ Days