When writer Ted Kessler did what writers do when his father turned 80. He started a blog about their loving, but complicated relationship. He invited other sons and daughters to write about their own memories of their fathers too. The stories came flooding in from rock stars like Chris Martin and Rod Stewart and fathers and sons who are not so famous. Kessler says the stories reveal a unique bond between parent and child and a clear view into the soul. He's compiled the essays in a book called My Old Man: Tales of Our Fathers.