Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Father's Day Give Away!

It's getting close to Father's Day. Wondering what to get?
I've got you covered.

I am giving away a beautiful book.

'What Would I Tell Her' is a collection of essays by 28 fathers about
“Bringing Up, Holding On and Letting Go of Their Daughters.”

As with her heartfelt book about Mothers and Daughters - this one offers tears and laughter.

All you have to do is leave me a comment with a favorite memory about your father or a sweet memory of your children with their father.

To get this to you on time I will randomly pick a winner by 8pm Wednesday, June 16th.

Let's celebrate the Dads!

1 comment:

  1. My sweet memory:
    I had been divorced since my daughter was four and my son, 17 months. My Ex-husband had walked away from us. It took me 5 years to learn to trust and fall in love with someone. Finally the time came when I had met the love of my life and introduced him to my children. The moment my daughter met "her daddy" she flew into his arms and told him he was her penny wish come true. Ten years later she is still very much Daddy's little girl. This summer we have been touring univerisites for our daughter to attend. One night, while swimming in a hotel pool, my two children, now 15 and 17, asked their daddy to play Free Willy ( a game they used to play as children with him) where they hold onto his neck and they "ride" him. They also played Marco Polo. I am so thankful that my children have been able to have a Daddy like my husband. He has loved cherished and raised my children as if they were his own. We have been though a lot since we were married in 2001. My husband, and Army officer, was at the Pentagon on 9/11 and since then has been deployed numerous times, both to Iraq and Afghanistan. He called home every chance he got to not only speak to me but to our children as well. We are so very blessed.


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