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Warm Memories From The Archives - a year since dad's passing and St Andrew's Day;











16 comments:

  1. Lovely, touching photos. I'm so pleased I had the opportunity to meet your father. Can it really be a year?
    Gail xx

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  2. Hi Yam - lovely photos for you to remember from happy days with your Dad. My thoughts will be with you today - have a peaceful one - Hilary

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  3. we smiled with some tears in our eyes....

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  4. Lovely photos. I especially love the one of the five of you, but the most touching one is the one of his hands right beneath that one.

    Big klem!

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  5. Such wonderful memories. Hugs to you♥

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  6. your dad was a handsome man. these are excellent photos of him, all of them, like the thumbs up and love the hands.. the family shot is great of all of you which is hard to do. precious memeories here. we survived the booster with nothing but a sore arm, yay

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  7. YAM what a beautiful post on St. Andrew's day to your Dad!
    You and your siblings have his beautiful smile.
    I love the group selfie
    Hugs Cecilia

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  8. What wonderful memories of your Dad. Thanks so very much for sharing. May your home be a place of harmony and happiness and your family be a place of warmth…. Happy St. Andrew’s Day to you.

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  9. Beautiful photos. I am so sorry for your loss. You are such a good daughter.
    We have our memories, dont we! xx

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  10. Such lovely memories of a lovely man, and family!

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  11. Wonderful memories of your dear father. namaste, janice xx

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  12. Beautiful memories to have. A year on i imagine it's still raw and was pleased to read the family was together for the anniversary. It's nice to be able to share a few memories with the others who shared the cloeness.

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