Cross country road trip in honor of dad turned into one last gift from him to daughters | Momaha

I’d expected the trip to be emotional — cathartic, even — but I hadn’t expected it to be fun. We laughed and talked incessantly across five states (more apologies to my teenager), so 20 hours of driving felt like only a few. We stopped at the historical landmarks our dad would have stopped at, and we took him into mountain creek beds, questionable gas stations and a slew of establishments serving the pickle-and-onion-only burgers he adored.

When we realized at the “Welcome to Cheyanne” sign that I’d misrouted us and we shouldn’t have actually been in the state of Wyoming at all, we cackled to the point of tears until we remembered dad had lived in Cheyanne when he was younger. He had always spoke of it as a place he loved. It felt like he had a hand in our detour, so we reveled in his stop off before

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Elsa Hosk Masters the Off-Duty Model Look In Chanel Dad Sandals & Sneakers

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Chanel ‘Dad’ Sandals are all the rage across Instagram and Elsa Hosk proves this trendy pair can be either dressed up or down. While out for breakfast with her boyfriend, Tom Daly,  in New York City, the pregnant model paired the cool-girl footwear choice with a chic off-duty ensemble.

She wore a Heavy Manners classic zrewneck sweatshirt in the ‘We Fell Off’ colorway. The cozy top retails for $150 and is available for purchase on She coordinated the pink loungewear piece with a pair of blue jeans and a matching Prada Re-Edition 2000 Mini nylon bag in the Periwinkle Blue colorway. This handbag is valued at approximately $769 and is available for purchase via the resale market on

For footwear, these coveted Chanel sandals feature a black rubber construction and an adjustable, two-strap design

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Dying dad creates fundraiser to help wife and daughter

A dad with terminal cancer, and just a week to live, has started a GoFundMe page for his wife and daughter.

Jeffrey McKnight, from the US state of Oregon, has lymphoma and on Thursday tweeted a doctor had informed him he had a week to live and had been taken to the emergency room.

Mr McKnight, who runs the McKnight Lab with his wife Laura at the University of Oregon, tweeted about feeling exhausted and sleeping up to 24 hours a day in the lead up to being told he was going to die in seven days.

He now hopes he can raise enough money to support his wife and his daughter Katherine, 7, after he passes.

Jeffrey McKnight and his daughter Katherine, 7. Mr McKnight has terminal cancer. Source: GoFundMe

“My wife, Laura, has been nothing but a hero during this time,” he wrote on the GoFundMe page.

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