Sunday, June 15, 2008

Sunday Serenity

Father's Day...

Doesn't really matter that it's not "his kid"...
He loves his Connor just the same.

The good dads of the world know how to ~father~ any child.

Above, GB fishing and fathering our nephew Connor-Man.



A big Father's Day thanks so very much to all the men in the world
who are good and positive influences in our children's lives.
You all are truly the
best!
and to my incredibly wonderful father - love love LOVE you!

~~~

xoabb

13 comments:

  1. You're right, it takes a village.

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  2. Yes, you are so right. We need more of him in this world. My dad took over the role of father when he met my mother and her four children(I cam later to my father and mother. I am his only.) They are in their 50's now, but he still treats them as his own. We are blessed by these men.

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  3. very true statement, Annie!

    And this is male bonding at it's finest...fishing!

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  4. Oooo.... when I see a photo of a beautiful area such as this a fishing pole, a man and a little boy... yeh, I get really excited. This is what dreams are made of! This is one of those photos that you can frame or have on a postcard or what you would see in a brochure. Very pretty! Excellent.

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  5. I love that thought....every child needs to be loved and some need as many fathers as they can get. Thanks for posting this.

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  6. Yep! That's how it should be! :)
    Good Father's Day shot!
    Cheers, Klaus

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  7. Beautiful capture of the moment! And a great tribute to all who "father".

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  8. Amen to this! And nothing more special than a wonderful man teaching a boy how to fish!!!

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  9. Well..I would have helped, however, you lost me at the worm! Many thanks GB!

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  10. Love the pic! its soooo true! any man can be a father but its the special ones who are DAD!~
    Happy fathers Day ~
    Hugs Laura

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  11. Cool picture, take a kid fishing and teach him, a lesson that can put food on his table for a lifetime.

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Thank you for taking the time to leave a thought. It's appreciated! xoabb