Despite an adventurer’s spirit, or perhaps because of it, David Fritsch — better known as “Skipper Dave” to his grandkids — encouraged his daughter, columnist Susan Vollenweider, to “bloom where you’re planted.” It’s wisdom now applicable to Vollenweider’s daughter as she gets ready to leave for college.
Despite an adventurer’s spirit, or perhaps because of it, David Fritsch — better known as “Skipper Dave” to his grandkids — encouraged his daughter, columnist Susan Vollenweider, to “bloom where you’re planted.” It’s wisdom now applicable to Vollenweider’s daughter as she gets ready to leave for college. Susan Vollenweider Columnist
Despite an adventurer’s spirit, or perhaps because of it, David Fritsch — better known as “Skipper Dave” to his grandkids — encouraged his daughter, columnist Susan Vollenweider, to “bloom where you’re planted.” It’s wisdom now applicable to Vollenweider’s daughter as she gets ready to leave for college. Susan Vollenweider Columnist

‘Bloom where you’re planted.’ A lesson from my dad that’s now relevant for my daughter

November 01, 2017 02:55 PM

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