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Emma Jo is a Star

May5

And, I mean that in terms of her being a baring point for me.

When you look at your own child and marvel at how brilliant God is, life offers nothing but the best perspective.

Following is a link to a website featuring Emma Jo’s recent seventh Birthday party.

http://www.farmhouseinthecity.com/photos13/page23/page23.html

emma-jo-beautiful1My heart breaks (in a good way) every time I see pictures like this.

Wow… I love being a Dad. And, no man should ever have to suffer life without daughters.

Peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

Brian Patrick Cork

4 Comments to

“Emma Jo is a Star”

  1. Avatar May 6th, 2009 at 2:51 pm Steven Salter Says:

    I admit it, I’m a fan and I just stumbled on to your blog all of 5 minutes ago. Dad of almost three, addicted to great people (although we’re all gross), great ideas and lover of grace. I need to be in the Cork Network. Brian you need to be on Twitter. http://www.twitter.com/stevensalter


  2. Avatar May 6th, 2009 at 3:15 pm Brian Patrick Cork Says:

    Thanks Steven. And, welcome here.

    I am certainly fortunate to be surrounded by people that inspire me daily. There will never be any doubt where my heart, mind or concerns are the day of any given post.

    What drives Mr. Salter? That raison d’etre?

    meanwhile, I have long been intrigued by Twitter. An investigation is underway.

    Cork


  3. Avatar May 6th, 2009 at 9:20 pm Drew Tilghman Says:

    brian, some say suffering is to have daughters… or at least an impending suffering that comes with adolescence. as for now, i welcome any suffering if it is attached to being a father of two of the most beautiful women in the world!
    upon meeting your sweet daughters, i could see that any trial that comes your way is minute in comparison to the love that you have for them.

    what’s the pool temp?


  4. Avatar May 6th, 2009 at 10:26 pm Brian Patrick Cork Says:

    Daughters, say I, define unconditional love.

    Cork


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