James Bryan Smith begins this chapter of his book by telling a story about taking his six year old son to an amusement park. While at the park, he and his son got on a ride. A teenage boy buckled them into their seats and then started the ride.
The entire time during the ride, James Bryan Smith felt a panic in his heart for fear that his son would fly out of the ride. He states: Continue reading “BECAUSE YOU DID, DAD.”→
When I was a young man, I loved sports cars but couldn’t afford one. When I finally could, it was a Mustang! An icon of American muscle! The ultimate man’s car! I even drove my first son home in that Mustang from the hospital where he was born! I love everything about Mustangs! The horse power, the way it drives, and the way it even fishtails when you turn a corner. The way the bucket seats seem to hug you and how the interior feels like you are in a race car of sort. It is truly a nice car, and so when we sold it, I grieved for months. Even now, when I see a Mustang, I feel nostalgic. Continue reading What Happened to Dad’s Mustang?→