Comment on My Father’s Garden by Gardo

Putting this where you could see it, a blogger who keeps his home light bright, is one of the main reasons I ported it over. That, plus your own excellent memoir-writing.

Maybe this post breaks the log-jam, or whatever it is. I hope so.

Comment on My Father’s Garden by Alan Levine

And happy remembering of father’s day to you, Gardner, son of a proud gardener. I prefer to lean on the side of believing our fathers, even in their complex, low expressive ways, love is ultimately there. That glass, mostly full.

And that he lived to see you become a Doctor, and call you Doctor, says much.

Thanks, too for liberating this story out of Facebook and into the place I can partake of. Please write more here, come home to the blog.