Was Your Dad Right?

       A recent issue of Real Simple magazine (it’s not mine – it’s my daughter’s!) contained some readers’ answers to the question, “What is one thing that your Dad was right about?”  Here are the reader answers they included:  

– Don’t take any wooden nickels (don’t settle for less than you’re worth)

– I could do anything a man could do

– Remember the assistant’s name

– If you want something done, ask a busy person to do it

– Avoid complaining about my husband to my friends

– You don’t have to answer the phone just because it rings (focus on the people you’re with at the time)

– Never try to solve problems at night (they seem worse than they do in the morning)

– His gardening skills and tips

– Always have something to look forward to (it helps to break a bad mood)

– And I’ll add my own that I’ve tried to pass on to my kids, and now to my grandson: You can do anything, if you put your mind to it.

       When you think about it, these are good pieces of advice for anyone.  And since tomorrow is Father’s Day, appreciate the things he has done to make you a better person…

Feel free to leave a comment, and please come back often – I write and post every day!  And if you like what I have to say and how I say it, you’ll probably enjoy my novels as well.  They’re listed below, and you can read more about them on my improved website, designed and built by my son Don, http://www.randolphmase.com.  On my site, you’ll also find excerpts of my books that you can read – please check it out! 

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RandolphMase, Fiction Writer



My Novels:

Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park

Death in The Cloisters (under construction)

Nathan Hale



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