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(KTVI) - A dad diagnosed with cancer wants to make sure that even if he's not around, his daughter gets a napkin note in her lunch box until she graduates from high school.
The story of Garth Callaghan appeared on Mashable.com and tells of his efforts to pen 826 napkins for his daughter. He's done nearly 750 so far for his daughter Emma.
Callaghan was diagnosed with cancer in 2011 and only given 5 years to live. His daughter enjoys the napkin notes he puts in his lunch and he wants to make sure she can still have them.
He's started a website, Napkin Notes Dad.com and a Facebook Page where you can read some of the notes he's leaving to Emma. He told Mashable.com that Emma doesn't know about the 826 notes.