He was funny, kind, generous.
He could fix ANYTHING.
He had a map in his head and never got lost.
He enjoyed a crisp, refreshing beer occasionally.
He always had a stubby pencil with him -- you never know when you might need it. My son has inherited this trait and has several of these in the bottom of his backpack.
He worked hard and enjoyed life.
I keep this photograph of me and my dad, enjoying Leinenkugels Honey Weiss together at my wedding, in my office.
Happy Birthday, Dad. Miss you.
Nice photo. I miss my dad too, Sept 9 would have been his 86th. They are gone, but the love between a father and daughter never dies.ReplyDelete
Thanks for that, Catherine. I couldn't agree more.Delete
This a a great photo and wonderful memories of your dad.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Carrie. It's one of my favorite pictures of the two of us.Delete
This is a beautiful beautiful picture! And full of happy memories and emotions...Big hugs!ReplyDelete
Thank you - and thanks for the hugs! :)Delete
So sweet, and that's a great picture.ReplyDelete
What a nice tribute. You both look so happy there. Virtual hugs coming your way today -- I know how hard some of those milestones can be.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Nickie - I love this picture because at this point in the day, with all the stressful stuff behind me, I was relaxed and enjoying the company of family and friends. So grateful that my dad was still with us to walk me down the aisle that day.Delete
Thanks for the dashboard compass memory. <3Delete
What a wonderful photo and beautiful memory. Somewhere he's enjoying a beer and raising it to you. Until you get to share another one together, keep remembering these moments. Hugs to you, Sara.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Erin - I like to think that he's enjoying a cold one somewhere. :)Delete
Tip my cap to Ted today, and a hug through the net to you.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Shawn.Delete