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D-A-D ACROSTIC DICTUMS: DON MATHIS

D-A-D Acrostic Dictums An acrostic is generally a poem or phrase in which the first letters spell out a word. It’s Fathers’ Day! How many of these old sayings apply to you? How many apply to your dad?  Acrostics were created by Don Mathis; axioms were written by children and fathers across history.
Deft And Difficult To become a father is not hard; to be a father is, however. – Wilhelm Busch
Doesn’t And Does A child does not need to be parented. He needs to be mothered and fathered. – Zan Thompson Double A Delight To show a child what has once delighted you, to find the child’s delight added to your own so that there is now a double delight seen in the glow of trust and affection, this is happiness. – J. B. Priestley Deific And Delectated No man can possibly know what life means, what the world means, what anything means, until he has a child and loves it. Then the whole universe changes and nothing will ever again seem exactly as it seemed before. – Lafcadio Hearn Duel All Day Raising kids is p…