Lessons from a dad on Father’s Day

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7 Responses

  1. Dana Howard Foppiano says:

    So inspiring and very true, every word. Thanks for sharing Patti!

    • Patti says:

      Greg,
      Thanks so much! It’s always nice to get comments from folks who knew my dad. I really appreciate it.

      Best,
      Patti

  2. Patti says:

    Hi Dave,
    Thank you so much, I really appreciate your kind words. My dad was an amazing man, and it makes me proud to pass along his wisdom. Dads are special! Thanks for stopping by.

    Patti

  3. Dave says:

    Hey Patti,

    Beautiful post on so many levels. As a hack writer, I really appreciate your father’s advice. As a father, I can already see some of the gems I want to pass on to my daughter.

    Thanks!

    Dave

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