“When the wind changes, all things lost will be found.”

Those were the last words from Gary’s father and they are just as mysterious now as they were when the old man passed away. 

Gary loved his father, but deep down, he never really knew the man. And now that he’s gone, and his words are a distant memory, Gary misses him immensely. More than he can express.

He never realized it before, but Gary didn’t know what he had in the old man until he lost him. Now, all he can do is wait for the wind to change.

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