Sunday, June 19, 2011

Never too late!


Happy Father's Day Dad - wherever you are.
We remembered your birthday Mum on the 17th


Happy Days!
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15 comments:

savannah said...

lovely, sugar! xoxoxoox

mapstew said...

Nice one. You are so like your mother! :¬)

xxx

The Unbearable Banishment said...

It's so strange to be able to participate in Father's Day. I never thought I'd be a father. My plan was to become a cranky old man in the city with people impatiently waiting for my demise because I had a great apartment. Here I am, two daughters later. What a surprise!

Tracy said...

It's so much fun looking at old photographs!
thanks for sharing pieces of your life!

Guyana-Gyal said...

Happy Father's Day to all the fathers out there.

Pat said...

Savannah\: ;)xoxox

Mapstew: I wish i had her tranquil nature.

UB; nil desperandum - you may still be a cranky old man;)

Tracy; it's a pleasure for me to look at them again.

GG: here here!

angryparsnip said...

Adore the photo of your Dad with the Corgi (?)

Lovely !

cheers, parsnip

Macy said...

Been through old photos today myself. Time turns all the happy memories poignant...

Jimmy said...

They had good reason to be proud of their daughter. Elegance and beauty, it is handed down and can never be obtained by money alone.

Pat said...

Parsnip: we had a beloved corgi named Havoc.Then Mum and DAD bought this one - Shane who was completely different and a real tinker.

Macy: it's good I think to be reminded of the happy times.

Jimmy: their greatest legacy was the background of a loving home and a marriage that lasted for over sixty years till Dad died at eighty five.
In the early years money was too scarce to mention - you know all about that.

debra said...

I came across something from my Dad today, too. Lovely memories, Pat.

Queenie said...

Now I know where you get your looks from. What an attractive couple they are.

Kath said...

What lovely parents and lovely photos!

Pat said...

Debra: that was lovely - I red about it today.

Queenie: Dad was a rock and Mum was cuddlesome. What more can a child want?

Kath: in those days we were so careless of photos and now they are priceless.

Blazing said...

Atmospheric, Pat.

Lovely memories, I'm sure.