Remembering Begins Again

by Trent Gilliss, senior editor

An unexpected package arrived in the post several weeks ago. A book. A gift to myself. Something I ordered over a year earlier. A memory of a memory. A truly moving account.

After a year of waiting, Phillip Toledano’s endeavor is finally published — and it’s gorgeous. I felt so utterly fortunate to experience his online chronicle the first time, and now I can hold this elegant book in my hands and share his story with my children. Find a reason to give Days with My Father to someone you care about.

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  1. peaceisachoice said: In my book, “Reading 10,000 Books: A Journey of Body and Soul” I tell about traveling in Europe and learning through an e-mail that my father had died. Re-membering is now the gift I give myself and my family on Father’s Day.
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    As I prepare my heart for my second father’s day without my dad, I searched for ways to find peace and I found this post...
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