Dads, you can’t live with them and you can’t live without them, as our writer Jo Carnegie reminisces, delving into her teenage diaries on page 10. My dad has always been a superhero in my eyes. When things go wrong, he picks me up, dusts me off and sends me on my merry way into the world. He’s been a glorified taxi service, normally handing me a tenner at the end of the ride and giving me a hug goodbye. He’s been my rescue service, driving two hours to free me from my living room where I’d become trapped by a broken door handle. More than that, though, he’s encouraged me to enjoy life, work hard, feel confident with a power tool, do-it-yourself whenever possible and to relish a challenge. I’m off to get his Father’s Day card now – don’t forget it’s on Sunday 17 June.