I love the fact that my dad doesn’t really have a name.
When I was in college, I was introduced to the idea that my Dad was the personification of my own identity.
My dad was the only one of my three parents who didn’t identify with a religion.
When we were young, he had a lot of fun telling stories about his favorite books and movies.
It was the best.
He loved the movie “Pulp Fiction.”
I loved the book “The Lord of the Rings,” too.
When he passed away, he left his son a handwritten note, “My son.
I loved you so much.”
He also told me he would write a book for my grandkids someday.
I think he would do it, because my dad had such a big heart.
I love that.
It’s such a simple, powerful story, and I think that was something I learned from my dad, that he was able to write about so many different aspects of life and people and love.
It just seems like a simple story that he had to tell in a very simple way.