Days with My Father

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I have seen all the videos related to fathers but this one, not a video, but it’s more of a storybook, is the most touching, real, beautiful and memorable tale of father and son. Not to mention, the coolest way to tell a story!

Please read: Phillip Toledano’s Days with My Father.  You need to click the picture on each page.

But before you read Phillip’s story,  let me present my dear father, mang apiong, as he was fondly called.  Born on August 23, 1898! Yes, 1898! He died in 1979 at the age of 81.  I can still vividly remember  that morning when he passed away – he was just eating his usual breakfast oatmeal, pan de sal and banana; and out of the blue, just had a heart attack while having breakfast. He may be too old to be my father but he’s the best one and only one I had! Happy Father’s Day my tatay! 🙂

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