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June 2016


My Heart Will Always Treasure My Daddy’s Last Hug

Editor’s Note:  In this final part of our series on exceptional dads, Katelyn Faughnan wrote this story for us.  Katelyn is a senior at Bloomsburg University currently working  towards her Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences.   She is also part of the Writefully Inspired family and someone particularly dear to us.   …


You Really Know How Awesome Your Dad Was When You Become Him

Editor’s Note: As part of our continuing series on exceptional fathers, we share this story written by Joe Zagorski.  He is a lifelong New Jerseyan who parlayed four years as a stay at home dad into a preschool teaching career. His hobbies include cooking, Star Wars, and teaching his kids the finer …

See Where this Woman Found Beautiful Love and Wisdom

Editor’s Note:  Our third story in our Father’s Day series was written by Nancy Scherer, a New Jersey banker.  As a mother and grandmother herself, Nancy offers a unique perspective of her dad.  She has great appreciation for the love and wisdom she learned from him.  Nancy fondly remembers times that …

Amazing Dad's Strength

This Amazing Dad’s Strength and Love Outweigh His Challenges

Editor’s Note: As part of our continuing series on special fathers, we are pleased to present this story.  It was written by Kristin Campiglia, the Director of Admissions of Mother Seton High School in Clark and Group Leader with Touchstone Crystal.  Kristin holds a Journalism degree from Rutgers University.  She relies on her …

daughter's story

This Daughter’s Story Will Really Leave You on Edge

Editor’s Note: We asked for contributors for our Father’s Day blogs.  This story was written by Megan Bandelt, a theater-maker, mostly found as a writer and dramaturg. She is a consumer of gluten-free cookies living in NYC. Currently, she is touring her one-woman show Garbage at PortFringe Theater Festival in Portland, Maine …

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