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My father; you get to him by writing a letter #Dadslovewhisky

You know how growing up we never could really face our fathers and have a man-to-man? Mostly because it was unheard of. A letter seemed like a safe option. Well, two chaps this week have written a letter to their fathers;

A portrait of fathers (and their fathers) #Dadslovewhisky – Part III

I’m on a one-week travel assignment along the Kenyan coastline – from Lamu to Diani. I’m also taking this opportunity to ask men about fatherhood, and about their fathers, sometimes over whisky –

A portrait of fathers (and their fathers) #Dadslovewhisky – Part II

I’m on a one-week travel assignment along the Kenyan coastline – from Lamu to Diani. I’m also taking this opportunity to ask men about fatherhood, and about their fathers, sometimes over whisky (Johnnie Walker Black for me,

A portrait of fathers (and their fathers) #Dadslovewhisky- PART I

I’m on a one-week travel assignment along the Kenyan coastline – from Lamu to Malindi. I’m also taking this opportunity to ask men about fatherhood, and about their fathers, sometimes over whisky (Johnnie Walker Black for me,

My father, the absent taxman, by Magunga Williams

If you ever wonder what kind of a father you are going to be, chances are you might turn out to be like your father. The presence of our fathers loom large in our lives,

A Girl. A Book. A Banana.

How come you aren’t happy nowadays?

I’m happy.

No, you aren’t!

Yes, I am.

Are you really?

Yes, I am!

Silence.

You can tell me if you aren’t.