RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
Dear Dave, I enjoyed our talk last week even thought it was cut short by the Achilles heal of cell phones, the network upon which they operate. The technology which has removed the phone booth from st... Posted on 6/17/11 at 6:03 AM
His name is Lawrence “Larry” Aasen, he used to be a farm kid in Hillsboro, N.D. Now he lives in Westport, Conn., he’s 86 and he has written in about “The Way We Were” in 1930 when he was in third grade.
Three area dads answer their kids’ queries about parenting, growing up
Pop culture stereotypes can portray dads in simplistic terms. But the truth is, at their best, fathers can be a rich mix of compassion and discipline, benefactor and warrior, gentleness and strength.
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