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The fact that Quincy felt the need to reach out to his biological father Al B. Sure via the internet for the second time is truly sad. Al B. Sure should step up to the plate and handle his affairs like an adult. Pop the top to read the entire letter
I published a “Letter To My Father” recently and the tremendous response deserves my sincere thanks. I’m overwhelmed by how many people took the time to read my letter and listen to my record. I received thousands of calls, texts, comments and e-mails. Thank you for your compassion, support, and understanding.
To those that share my experience, I thank you for your courage. Many of you shared with me your life-experiences without your fathers. I say to you “This is only a season,” one aspect of life. Take the lessons and let them make you stronger and wiser. Commit to never make the same mistake.
I realized I was taking a great personal risk to share my feelings. I thought that revealing this part of my life was necessary. It was an important part of a process to help me understand who I am. I released years of disappointment and pain. My healing has begun.
I haven’t heard from my Dad since I published my letter. I know that eventually our paths will cross in this journey called LIFE. As it has often been said, “Time heals all wounds.” Now it’s time to move on with my journey. A journey where my faith tells me that my father and I will be stronger. Dad, I love you.
Again, I extend my heartfelt thanks to everyone that has shared in this life changing experience with me.
Thank You Again…
There’s no excuse for not raising your children. Al B. Sure knows he’s wrong.