1946

I’ve seen many pictures of my Dad as a child, and of course as an adult with me as a child. But I don’t have, or haven’t seen many pictures of him as a teenager. Here’s two pictures from 1946 when he would have been 16 years of age. So what can you learn from…

Father’s Day 2020

The lives of our Dads imprint on us in lots of different ways. The natural DNA imprint might be something we think of first – how much we look like our Dad or have similar mannerisms or even personality. But there are other things too. I think about the values of my Dad and how…

Gardening is therapeutic

I recall the day my Dad told me he thought I was old enough to start cutting the grass. I can’t recall my age but we were living in Scarborough, so I’m guessing I was 13. The big deal was that the lawnmower was gas-powered! So the risk of doing something dumb, like a teen…