Saturday, June 19, 2010

My Daddy



WW11 - Stationed in India


Hello, Bloggy Friends. Please let me share a few pictures of my Daddy with you today as we remember all our Daddys on Father's Day.




Daddy in his shop. Electronics Technician. (What's up with those socks and sandals???? LOL)





Mom and Dad on their wedding day. August 1, 194(2)?




Daddy married Mom right before he was shipped over seas. (Love Mom's 40's look)





Me and Daddy. (Look at all those freckles!!! hehehehehe)





A "few" years later.


Me and Daddy on the banks of the Swanee River.



January 18, 1974.







A few years later, playing with my son.





I Love and miss you, Daddy!!!!


Thanks for taking time to read this tribute to my Dad. I really appreciate it!

8 comments:

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Very sweet! I miss my Dad also and have been thinking about him a lot today!

Homemade Quilts by Granny said...

Thank you for sharing...your dad and you sure was a pretty young girl. Trish

Rosie@Journey to Charm said...

What a good daddy you had. Now weren't you the prettiest thing! I think the 40's hair, clothes, and shoe styles were the best looking of all. Your mom was gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

shannon i olson said...

What a sweet post, I adore old photographs, always seems like a simpler time....I guess because we were younger. Nicely done

Shelia said...

Hi D! This was such a sweet post about your Daddy! I called my Daddy too! I loved seeing you grow up in your post today. What a beautiful young lady! I miss my Daddy too. He went to Heaven in 1997.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Stacey said...

D, your pictures are so neat. I love to see old pictures. I know you do miss your dad.

Kerrie said...

I was positive I was already following you but to my surprise, I was not on your list. Your site is in my list of blogs I follow on my sites. Anyhow I love all of these wonderful pictures of your Dad and Mom. I was born in 1942 and recognize the mode of dress in that decade. Have a most wonderful day! Hugs, K

nannykim said...

Such nice photos and memories