Archive for June, 2012

I am going to try to do a quick post today. I was trying to get work out of the way since I am heading down to Citi Field tonight to catch the Mets play the Orioles. Let’s get right to yesterday’s question, which was: In your eyes, what makes a good father? Of course, […]


I always have a tough time this time of year. Three years ago yesterday is the anniversary of the first time I died. The only reason I know that is from reading Michelle’s posts on Facebook and what she has told me. From what I have been able to put together, I guess it happened […]


I had a very nice weekend this week, getting spend some time with friends on Saturday and then Father’s Day yesterday. Michelle and Sean made me feel very special with brunch yesterday at home. We all chipped in and did some cooking, which will provide me with recipes all week at onedadskitchen.com if you want […]


Time to tackle Thursday’s question. First I want to say thanks to everybody who visited the blog yesterday and read the next installment of “Below the Surface.” It was the second busiest day traffic-wise that I have had on the blog, so for that I thank everyone and I am glad it’s going well. I’ve […]


Steven was snapped out of his trance by the sound of the lawn mower of the landscaping crew. He looked down out the bedroom window to see the familiar figure of Oscar and his two-man crew tending to the lawn and garden. Steven put on a t-shirt and jeans and made his way down to […]


Wednesday is typically my off day from blogging, so I had plenty of time to consider my answer to my question and what would be the next question. In case you forgot, Tuesday’s question was: Do you  believe in ghosts? I think there are always people who are skeptical when it comes to the issue […]


I’ve been doing a lot of work today, but I decided to take a break and do some blogging right now. I hope to get the next installment of my story up today, so you can look for that later on. For now, let’s answer yesterday’s question, which was: If you could give just one […]



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