7 thoughts on “DAD

  1. A great tribute. He would be proud of you. The best gift for any father is simply the love of their children.

    Hey Darlin’ – Happy Father’s Day to you. You’re right, the best gift is love, isn’t it?
    A

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  2. God Annie, this made me cry and it’s not even Father’s Day here.
    Love ya x

    Oh Simonne…there is no one earth who I miss more than my dad – what a character he was. That this made you cry, makes me hope it gave you a glimpse of a wonderful guy.

    Love ya too.
    Annie

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  3. What a loving tribute, Chica.
    i know from past posts, as well as this one, that you love and respect your Dad very much.

    The proof of a good father is in his children.
    And by that theory, knowing you, your Dad was obviously aces. ๐Ÿ™‚

    :hugs:

    Oh Chica, you would have loved my dad – he would have made you laugh. I just know it.
    Annie

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  4. Oh, Annie, that was so beautiful. You couldn’t have said it better. Today my dad is with me, I just know it. Though I always feel him with me every day. Well, you and I met randomly. I’ll bet the Dads somehow did too and they are looking down on us with smiles and love. I just wish I could give him one last hug. I was holding his hand when he died and I can still feel the warmth of it against my skin.

    I bet they are, Joanie, I bet they are. I would give anything to give mine one more hug too. They don’t make ’em like that anymore, do they?
    Annie

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  5. How very pretty and touching. I think it is amazing how much dads figure into their kids’ lives and I know so many of them don’t realize just how much they mean to their kids. I’m guessing yours had a clue though, Annie. I suspect he was one of the lucky ones. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks Teens! You’re right – we were both lucky – and the funny thing is, that Lucky was his nickname. Cute, huh?
    Annie

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  6. What a lovely dedication to your father.

    Thanks, Mrs. V – he was a wonderful guy. I really liked him a lot – but I guess you’d could tell, yes?
    Annie

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