Papa arrives

And, speaking of “Papa,” did you ever see such a “Proud Papa” look? But, that’s how I feel. From June 2012, when it sort of announced itself to me, to today, when I get to hold it in my hand for the first time, is not the usual nine months that a prospective father waits, but nine years. But, like a human baby, worth the wait.


2 thoughts on “Papa arrives

  1. Wonderful Frank! Congratulations! Your conversations with Papa over the years have taught me more about the larger perspective of who we are and how we are continuously influenced by the intersection of our various threads with the vast impersonal forces. It gives me appreciation and compassion for the complexity of all our lives. Thank you again for your dedication and generosity with your time as you shared your unique and expanding grasp of the All-D.


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