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Father's Day Story collection from the past - from 8 years ago

Maybe this collection, put together eight years ago, will grow today. Maybe you will write that one story you always wanted to write - today - or pull out that draft which is awaiting some other day, and make this the day you'll remember that one day in the near future may be too late. Maybe I'll write the story of "Daddy's Mountain," which Linda never forgets to remind me I haven't done.

Maybe, today, she record the story which most illustrates the life of her father, the late Earl Reid Marcum, and share it today.

In lieu of any of that happening, we're posting this list of stories about father's last published here, eight year's ago, on Father's Day, June 21, 2009:

Additional stories are being added as time permits. To send your story, use any Contact/Submit button.

This story was posted on 2017-06-18 05:22:02
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