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Ode to My Father: James Seals


I'm a daddy's girl. Through and through.

My father has always been my biggest cheerleader and my biggest fan.

He has always believed in me, even at times when I didn't believe in myself.  He continues to support my dreams, invest in my future and let me know when my head is not on straight.

I'm eternally grateful to you, Dad and love you beyond words.


With all my love,




My Dad, in front of his quote in an exhibit at the Schomburg about desegregation in the South. His school district in Clarendon County, South Carolina was the county that began Brown vs. Bd of Education.



One Response to “Ode to My Father: James Seals”
  1. Very, very touching. And your daddy looks so schweet!

    I’m a daddy’s girl myself. I lost him in 2007. This past Father’s Day was the first one since he’s been gone that I was actually strong enough to honor and remember him instead of sleeping the day away. I didn’t even curse the TV and radio commercials at all last week. 🙂

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