October 25, 2011
Jason A. Smith covers government and politics for the Henry Daily Herald. He can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I have developed a strong connection with Henry County, but this connection took on a new level of significance, recently, in light of a discovery made by my wife a few weeks ago.
I have a hard time imagining a more life-changing year than the one which just ended.
For years now, I’ve been a creature of habit. I’ve grown accustomed to doing things a certain way, and rarely do I ever voluntarily stray from my routines. But, recent events have reminded me that, sometimes, shaking up my sense of normalcy is exactly what I need.
Once upon a time, fictional fathers were seen as men to be respected, revered, even feared at times. Now, however, female lead characters are the ones who appear to be strong and in control, while men are depicted as buffoons. What once was called “Father Knows Best” has turned into “father knows nothing.”