Some Observations on Faith: Remembering Our Father

The Sundial- Chapel Hill, NC
The Coker Arboretum
My Mother’s Garden
My Father and I: 2018 on the Right, and sometime prior on the left.
Our Mother, Working Amongst Trees She and Her Mother Planted 50 Years Ago
My brothers and I with Daddy at Fenway Park, 2016.
  • to care for each other,
  • to express our gratitude for family and friendship and community; and
  • to use our gifts and talents to try and make the lives of those around us a little brighter and a little better.
Daddy and his grandson Jackson (John J. Pringle, III)

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