My name is Locke, and the little lady I’m holding in that picture above this awesome intro is Willow. We are the best of friends, although I do sometimes feel like I may be forcing that fact on her. Fortunately, I’m in a position where I can get away with it for now. Don’t get me wrong, I’m pretty confident she at least finds me amusing, although I’m also very aware of the love she has for her toys, and computer screens, and basically anything with wires. So yeah … there are a few of my daughter’s priorities at the moment.
Before we get started, this is not a blog of how-to. I’m not a guru, or a self-proclaimed expert, and I don’t believe anybody else is either. I’m not selling you my philosophies and I’m certainly not telling you what sort of parent you should be. Because I don’t even know what sort of parent I am, whether I’m cool Dad or DIY Dad, hell sometimes I don’t know whether that nappy is truly on correctly, and in my opinion nobody knows any of this stuff… okay, maybe that last part about the nappies is untrue. But ultimately, we’ve all got one of two Job Titles, the highest ranking of them all, either Mother or Father. That’s the greatest thing we’ve all got in common, crossing continents, from this desk I’m typing on straight through the screen of whatever you’re reading this through. Our paths are the only variables, often intertwining, often miles apart. And that’s great, because that’s what being human is all about, our stories. And that’s exactly what this blog is about, so get comfortable, settle in. Leave the dishes and the dirty laundry till later. Here’s my path. Mine and Willow’s. Our story. Our letters to the world, 1000 of them.
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