Hurtful Words and a Father’s Pride — Part 2

But, I asked for forgiveness too, not just for the wrongs I committed as a kid, but for the wrongs I committed as an adult. I begged forgiveness for never trying to patch up the relationship with Dad. The suspicion of a row was too deep, his quick temper still too real. I told my father I understood him now, why he lashed out with such verbal anger at me. I realized too late why he wouldn’t go aboard my aircraft…

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I write of love and romance. A little more of each will solve most issues. Won’t they? Oxford comma enthusiast. I’m a retired Naval officer and Sailor.

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Will Pennington

Will Pennington

I write of love and romance. A little more of each will solve most issues. Won’t they? Oxford comma enthusiast. I’m a retired Naval officer and Sailor.

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