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My Daughter’s Friend

By Logan Lee

Rev 1.0

Copyright Logan Lee 2011

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My Daughter’s Friend

This past summer was very rough on me. My daughter Julie, who had just turned eighteen left at the end of the summer left for college on the exact opposite side of the country. I’ve been a widower for almost twelve years now and my daughter Julie and I had grown very close. We actually spent more time together than any other father and daughter that I had ever met. I know without a doubt that this closeness grew from the way we clung to each other after Donna passed away.

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