It's a great tribute. Thanks for sharing and I'm sorry for your loss.
I'm so sorry for the loss of your father. My dad passed away two years ago this summer. May these pictures and other memories bring you comfort.
Yeah, he looks like somebody one would miss. Is that a dome he's climbing?Sincere condolences,--Ron, (an orphan)
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What a great idea! I wish I had old photos of my parents :)Sorry for your loss.
Hi! I tried hard to compliment you earlier on your 13 this morning, but I was having technical difficulties; i.e., I was doing something dumb I don't want to have to admit :-) I do apologize.I wanted you to know, I think this is such a beautiful memory and tribute to your Dad. I love it. My Daddy died in 1989, but still sometimes, its as if it were yesterday. I love the way the pictures progress through time, and acknowledges his whole life. You did that very nicely. I may have to copy cat you on this entry some day. I just thank you for sharing his life, your memories, and your loss with us out here.
He lead a wonderfully active life. What is he climbing on?
A really beautiful tribute. My heart goes out to you. It looks like he lived a full life and had many adventures.
Very intense post...I often have a look at my father's pictures too...Greetings from France,Pierre
A lovely tribute. Sending warm hugs your way. May you take comfort in the memories. Happy T13!
I am so sorry for your loss. We lost my grandpa this spring, just six weeks after Baby Diva came into this world. It is still hard, but has gotten a little easier. There are still many things I avoid, but at least I can go to my parents now without expecting to see him.~Kimberlee
I'm so sorry to hear your father passed away. It's amazing how much you can convey with just 13 pictures. This is a really poignant post with a fantastic selection of photos. It looks like he was a lot of fun. :o)
What a wonderful tribute to a man you obviously loved dearly. Love it Sandra.
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