Father’s Day Musings

Since I wrote a mother-themed post for Mother’s Day, I decided to write a Father’s Day post today.  My father didn’t read stories to us like my mother did, but he did like to read, and he did use the public library.  As I recall he liked to read Westerns, books about the land and agriculture, and historical fiction.  We didn’t always talk a lot, but one of the things we could talk about was books.  I miss you, Dad.  Dad

In honor of Father’s Day, here’s a potpourri of links related (some more loosely than others) to fathers or dads or men, and libraries:

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3 Responses to Father’s Day Musings

  1. Graham says:

    I can remember talking to your father when he came into the library for his books. He was a good man.


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