It’s right here, courtesy of Evan Grant. A taste:
“Departures? Totally get it because at a funeral you’re saying goodbye to someone for the last time. But an arrival is merely saying hello to someone you’ll see the rest of your life.”
Fact: Like the author, I’ve never been a father, but I’m aware kids don’t pop out of Easy Bake Ovens. They come from humans and in an often long and painful birthing process. Sometimes serious complications arise. And if there isn’t a complication, well, then a father has been there for the creation of life. There can’t possibly be a more emotional moment in one’s life than that, can there?
But, really, the main reason to read it is because Evan uses facts. Why Lewis actually missed his turn in the rotation, for instance, and exactly what he offered to do. Because he is a good teammate.