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A Squirral on the Balcony

The following is a short story, featuring letters exchanged between a little girl and her father.


“I saw a squirral in the balcony just now, smelling! 85 more words

A Father’s Love Defies Death

This is the hardest blog post I’ve had to write so far. It’s heavy. You’ve been warned.

For the first time ever, I woke up sobbing. 884 more words

Daily Life

The Red Turtle

Directed by Michael Dudok de Wit.

This is a collaboration of various studios, one of them being Studio Canal and Studio Ghibli.

This film is about a man who is stranded on an island. 427 more words


Saturday Laundry

“What’s in the washing machine, Debbie?”

“Your dirty clothes, Dad.”

“Some I wash in cold water. They shrink.”

I pull all the clothes out and we separate them, leaving the non-shrinkables in the washer. 55 more words

When I Was Just A Little Girl

When I was just a little girl
I remember how you laugh
I remember how you joke around
How you chase us with your hugs… 163 more words



If you are a regular reader here at Daddy Burns the Salad, or a chum on Facebook, you may have noticed I’ve dropped off the pace a little bit recently. 2,230 more words

Parental Heroism (or Lack Of)