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Quote of the Day - By the time a man realizes that maybe his father was right, he usually has a son who thinks he's wrong. - Charles Wadsworth
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Past, Present and Future Imperfect Dads

Happy Father's Day. My three kids are grown and gone, and I'm lucky if they even remember. Here's one son, who did remember, and who's becoming a lawyer, too.

One of mine is on his way to the practice of law, and attending my alma mater, too. Pretty cool, I think.

My Dad, however, was the farthest thing from a lawyer, who started at the Middleboro, Massachusetts Congregational Church. I guess, though, that the apple does not fall from the tree. We both like to preach, and I think my kids got some of that, too - but don't tell them I told you.

It's nice to remember, and it's nice to look forward. Things are looking good from my seat.

Hope your memories and dreams are bright, too. Enjoy your day, Dad.

Posted by J. Craig Williams on Sunday, June 20, 2004 at 15:20 Comments (0)


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