I’m a 44-year-old married father of a 11-year-old daughter, 8-year-old son, and twin boys who are, roughly, five.  I was once a “victim of the economy” who’s been back in in the work force again after a few months on the beach.  I will periodically offer something up that will either be about my new circumstances, my family, or something in my past that contributed to getting me to the where I am now.

Thanks for visiting and please come back again soon.

Marshall Hook, The Four Father


5 thoughts on “About

  1. Like it. Good work, Marshall. You have a gift…or “gifts”…as a result of superfetation. Stay well and hope to see some of your clan and you in the not too distant future..

  2. I hope your “periodic” contributions are frequent rather than rare. Even though I know most of your stories, I love reading about them when you are the writer. You are a terrific story teller! Please keep up the good work 🙂

  3. Love your blog – I stumbled across it while looking up airplanes and four kids. You see we have a 4.5 year old daughter, 3 year old son, and boy/girl (oops) twins aged 18 months. Crazy yes, but even nuttier is the notion of us flying with all four by ourselves. We have actually flown twice in the last year but with grandparents. Your blog on the flight with four made me howl!! Thank you for that, and hopefully our trip to Disneyland is equally as enjoyable!

  4. I’m not sure how my sister found your blog titled. A wierdly wonderful place but today she did. The residents of Saugus Rumney Marsh area are currently in a dispute with DCR. They are planning on removing this little piece of paradise that you refer to a weirdly wonderful. My name is Dawn Gaffney I am the creator of a FB page called Save Rumney Marsh Leave the Saugus I95 Sandpile Alone. Please feel free to visit our site! We need all the support we can find!

  5. Dear Four Father,

    Midlife Collage is looking for submissions in our free-entry contests. We run weekly, online writing contests for a cash prize at http://www.midlifecollage.com.

    We are looking for Father’s Day-themed stories. Do you have a story about being a midlife father? Or do you have a story about your father from your midlife perspective? If so, send it now! We have spots open for this contest. Enter your submission on the Online Form on our Submissions page. Thank you.

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