Tag Archives: Fatherhood

2013 June 25: The Men In My Life

by Lynne Carrol I never got the pleasure of meeting my grandfather, but I heard a lot about him and through stories. Once characteristic that was starkly vivid was that he was a family man who loved his all his … Continue reading

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2013 Feb. 6: Sisonke – What It Means to Me

by Sade Langa Sisonke – togetherness This word carries so much weight, at least for me.  The word, to me took a new meaning for me eight years ago.  It meant, “you don’t need to share DNA with a person … Continue reading

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