While we dads enjoy telling bedtime stories, we often have ulterior motives. Here's the bedtime story my own dad used to tell me, designed to induce sleep.
Old Yeller may be the most sad movie Walt Disney ever produced -- as it deals with a tough issue that haunts kids: dog mortality.
Doc Barnard was my surrogate grandfather, a close friend of Walt Disney, and an example of the kind of amazing people Walt surrounded himself with.
Sometimes I flatter myself that my having drawn Peter Pan for Emmie -- now an animation major in college -- when she was two years old somehow inspired her.
I cannot forget that red-and-white 10 speed, or laying it to rest in a dumpster in misty San Diego. A man never forgets his first girlfriend . . . or cool bicycle.
Dad must have gotten a really big bonus after harvest, because he busted into the kitchen and announced, “We’re going to Disneyland.”
Lawrence Vaughan and daughter Evie tell the funny and adventurous tale of their road trip to Disneyland. (Evie has all the punchlines.)
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