Category Archives: Father’s Day

Father’s Day – Firing Up More Than the Grill

For the average guy, a “Hallmark Holiday” like Father’s Day often means running the risk of getting sucked into an episode-blubbering sentimentality, a challenge made only slightly more endurable by the hope that there will be a slab of red … Continue reading

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Father’s Day in the Rearview Mirror

Father’s Day is officially past tense now, and I’m aware again that it has a different significance to me than it used to have. My father was not available as I grew up, and I had virtually no information about … Continue reading

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