I looked back to read your tribute, Denise. Lovely! He really was your Dad, wasn't he - and the best one he could be.
Time goes quickly. Dad's are always there in spirit even if not in the psychical. God Bless.CJ xx
My Dad died like that very suddenly of a heart attack too.I still miss him so much. Your tribute was beautifully written.He was a real Dad to you, even tho he only came into your life when you were 7. Praying that your day is full of sweet memories of good times - I am sure he would be SO proud of all you have done and all that you are.Blessings x
Have a good day, Denise.Love the poem, by the way :)Mo
jabblogThankyou so much xxxCrystalSo very true - thanks DxxxAngelaNo easy way to lose your Dad is there? xxxMo & SteveWill do. Pottering with baking & housework - Jon is just about to cut the lawn. dad was a keen gardener - he'd have loved it here. xxx
Keeping busy is the only way sometimes. I hope you have a happy day full of wonderful memories.
He'll always be alive in your heart.Enjoy a day of happy memories.Jane x
A lovely tribute xx
Oh my goodness, what a beautiful tribute to your dad! I'm not sure about the phrase 'blood is thicker than water' - my dad is my stepdad really, but I thank my lucky stars that I have him in my life, and couldn't love him any more than I do. It sounds like you feel exactly the same about Uncle Jack! I hope you enjoy happy memories today. -x-
Time flies Denise, but memories stay the same.
I'm glad you have good memories of your Dad. Not all people are so lucky. Have a nice day, Denise.
Weaver is so right, memories stay with youHugs from Tucson...cheers, parsnip
I'm with Weaver. Times goes by so quickly but those we lose stay with us in our memories and in our hearts.
I hope you got through the day without too much sadness, hon. (x)
My Dad passed away when I was 15 (35 years!!) And Time has just flown by. Your Dad will never be far from you :)
Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.