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Here is a piece I have enjoyed for years on Fathers Day.

It’s done by someone named Anonymous. I don’t know their first named.

        The loss & Recapitulation of a Father’s Image:

4 years old: “My Daddy can do anything!”
7 years old: “My Dad knows a lot…a whole lot.”
8 years old: “My father doesn’t know quite everything.”
12 years old: “Oh well, naturally Father does not know that either”
14 years old: “Oh Father? He is hopelessly old-fashioned”
21 years old: “Oh, that man – he is out of date!”
25 years old: “He knows a little bit about it, but not much.”
30 years old: “I must find out what Dad thinks about it.”
35 years old: “Before we decide, we will get Dad’s idea first.”
50 years old: “What would Dad have thought about that?”
60 years old: “My Dad knew literally EVERYTHING.”
65 years old: “I wish I could talk it over with my Dad once more.”

Happy Father’s Day!

Steve Johnson


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