Garth Callaghan started slipping notes into his daughter Emma’s lunchbox when she was in kindergarten.
Now in eight grade, she depends on those brief missives as a daily source of inspiration — and a reminder to never take her dad for granted.
Callaghan, 44, has battled kidney cancer twice over the last several years and in a fit of inspiration, has written hundreds of “napkin notes” to his daughter, leaving a legacy of how much he loves her.
“Dear Emma, Sometimes when I need a miracle, I look in to your eyes and realize I’ve already created one,” says one of them. “Love, Dad”
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