Happenings in my retirement years with my family, daily life, and a little fishing... including an occasional thought about the USA and with a little humor along the way... I'm glad you came for a visit!
That is a wonderful thing. He would be so happy. take care.
I can almost see the look and smile on his face if he were there to find the first tomato of the season.
Uncle Ray would have enjoyed that tomato......and I know he would appreciate your posting it on your blog.
Aww...I received Dad's book in the mail this week, and today read it cover to cover. What a wonder family you all are! I know you miss him, but it occurred to me as I read that he loved your Mom so much, that was obvious, that perhaps they are together now telling old stories and writing poetry together. What a sweet thought. And imagine my surprise when I got to page 123 and saw my own sheltie Katie there. I remember now that Sara (of the blog Saralovesdos) had asked me ages ago if she could send a picture of Katie to Dad because he was collecting smiles. I said yes and never thought about it again. I was so touched to see her there, along with a photo of your dog and his beloved Scottie.Anyway, hugs to you and your sister Mary as you all adjust to life without Dad. I know you miss him. He was such a sweet man. Thanks for sharing him with all of us.-Dawn King
At first I wanted to paint a happy face on the tomato. Then, I saw that it was already smiling.DAD gave lessons on living for others. He also gave lessons on making a good Tomato Sandwich. There is joy to be found in both.Aloha.
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