Friday, January 01, 2010

untitled post (because I couldn't think of what to title it)

I was in the car today with my brother and we were looking for some place to eat. (Didn't figure on as many places being closed today as there was.) I'm not even sure what he said, but when he said it and than tugged on the brim of his baseball cap I "saw/heard" my Dad. He sounded so much like him in the phrasing of his words as much as the sound and than the tug was just something I had forgotten my Dad did until that moment. You couldn't really call it deja vu, but I actually had to not say anything for a moment, the feeling of my Dad was so strong at that moment.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nice post & nice blog. I love both.

JohnH985 said...

Thanks.

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