Did I Just Say That?
DID I JUST SAY THAT? A brand new book by David F. Salter! Just in time for Father’s Day, the book that every father of daughters needs to read...
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Author Archives: David Salter
My sister would deny this, but when she and I were kids, she was one hell of an instigator. She knew how to push my buttons. Just like in most good sports fights, the referee (Mom or Dad) usually caught … Continue reading
Ten years ago this coming October, I was passenger to a plane trip from hell. My outgoing flight was delayed from Harrisburg International Airport, not once, but twice. Because of the delays, once I got to my stopover destination, Atlanta’s … Continue reading
Well, not all of us. But certainly some of us. In Massachusetts, a couple of weeks ago, a father was removed from an ice hockey rink in the middle of a girl’s ice hockey game. He was ejected from the … Continue reading
Even though I’ve been fortunate that my wife has stayed married to me for nearly 23 years (she’s got more patience than Job), I’ve never been able to master the whole clothes- buying thing – -for her. I mean, she … Continue reading
It’s hard to argue with a Ph.D., but you know that I can’t resist. These people put their pants on the same way that I do (most of them, anyway). They just have more letters after their names. Anthony Wolf, … Continue reading
So I’m driving my daughter and friends home from a basketball game the other day, and the three girls in the back seat all were discussing the songs on their iPods and, since one girl didn’t bring hers, the other … Continue reading
Any of my faithful readers know that, late last year, I added “Dance Moms” to my list of Women We Don’t Want Our Daughters to be like. While I’m certainly not a fan of any of the mothers on the … Continue reading
One of the most embarrassing moments of my young adult life occurred during my freshman year in college. I was pledging a fraternity, and, without exaggeration, we were the modern day Animal House that’s depicted in the cult classic movie. … Continue reading
I’ll admit it. My new year hasn’t gotten off to a great start with regards to the regularity with which I’ve been sharing my thoughts and information. I’m aiming to improve upon that and get back to my three-times-a-week schedule … Continue reading