When we see a photo of someone laughing, we can’t help but smile back.
In the next photograph, Richard shares a candid of his daughters hugging it out. The accompanying poem he wrote compares their formative years to a movie. Rivalry, hair tugs, and the usual bickering evolve into appreciation and bonds of affection. He says it well:
In the end, there is the love and laughter,
suddenly, like a plot, but there is no script for this.
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