My Girls

They bring out the best in me. They sharpen my focus. They motivate me to pass the point where I stopped before. I want them to be proud of me and the work I do, but they are the reason for all of it. And if I were to fail as a parent, nothing else I ever accomplish would matter much.


4 thoughts on “My Girls

  1. Outstanding insight Mark – I don’t say it enough but Thank you for your opening up znd sharing all your wounds and how you heal them !!
    You continue to touch my life with your writings 😊

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    • That is so sweet of you to say, Karen. You were there for me when I moved away from Northridge at the tender age of 13, and you still are. I’m glad I can repay that debt to you somehow, my friend.


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