Tag Archives: dads

One Thousand Words

Recently my mother moved to an assisted living place and had to downsize. My siblings and I sorted out her things and among those was a variety of pictures. My brother has been great about making sure we all have … Continue reading

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Dads of the Greatest Generation

By Jeff Salter In the 29 months I’ve been on this group blog, 4F1H, I’ve already written two father’s day columns. In 2011, it was dedicated to my father, Simon A. Salter [1920-2003] and included a poem I wrote for … Continue reading

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Salute to Stepdads

Hello! I am Tonette Joyce. You may have seen me put my two cents in here quite often, so often in fact, that the other Foxes and the Hound figured they may as well put me to work as your … Continue reading

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Happy Dad’s Day

                                                   … to My Other Dad                                                            By Jeff Salter              Last year at this time, I wrote about my own (deceased) father, Simon A. Salter.  I hope you’ll click here  https://fourfoxesonehound.wordpress.com/2011/06/16/happy-fathers-day/  and have a look at that tribute, along … Continue reading

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My Dad- Sir Galahad

I’ve always been a daddy’s girl. He’s my hero. Always. He’s like Sir Galahad who was known as the perfect knight. He has proven yet again that he’s indeed a knight this past few days. This last little bit over … Continue reading

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Daddy’s Little Girl

With Father’s Day being next Sunday, I started thinking about dads in young adult fiction.  Unless he’s a total jerk, abusive, or otherwise larger than life and causing conflict for the teen protagonist, most dads present tend to lurk in … Continue reading

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