This dying dad is writing his daughter 826 lunch notes before she graduates, and oh no we're crying.
I could never be allowed near this because I would cry and smudge everything.
OK, let me try to describe this before I completely break down: Garth is a 44-year-old father (below) who has always written napkin notes to pack inside his daughter's Emma's lunch every day for school. Sadly, Garth is living with a form of kidney cancer that unfortunately has a very low survival rate. He made a promise to Emma, however, that he would write a note for each of her remaining 826 lunches to take to school for graduation, so that she would have them no matter what. So far, he's composed 740, and you can see them all on his site or the Napkin Notes Facebook page, (or you can buy it as a Kindle Book on Amazon).
He's also writing a few hundred notes to terrorize all her boyfriends.
Fortunately, you inherited a lot of it on your dad's side.
The only note not on a napkin, and it's still a pretty powerful one.
And a jet engine absorbs the opposition, crushes it, injects it with fuel, and lights it on fire.
This is why it's always important to bring a towel.
I've apparently done really well at following this one.
Check out more at Napkin Notes because this is all I can emotionally handle.
(by Johnny McNulty)