Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Vintage Photo of The Day

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I always thought my Dad was the most handsome guy in the world. He was the most fun, most involved Dad in the neighborhood, and everyone loved him. He was the Dad that gave everyone a ride, the Dad that coached football, basketball and baseball. To this day, I have people tell me how much my Dad meant to them growing up. I always thought I was so lucky to have the best Dad in the world, and I still do.

dena at 8:31 PM

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at 12:29 AM Blogger Mama M said...

Your vintage photos are amazing!

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at 7:27 AM Anonymous mooalex said...

I love the old photos, and you were very lucky to have such an involved dad. I love my dad, but most of the time, he wasn't that kind of father, unfortunately.
LJ

 
at 8:03 AM Blogger soapbox.SUPERSTAR said...

Good lord your dad was handsome!!!

 
at 1:07 PM Blogger MommaK said...

WOWIE ZOWIE!! He's a hunk! Seriously, you are very lucky to have such a great dad. My was/is the pits so I can say that with much authority. Is that you in the white dress?? So cute:)

 
at 2:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are a lucky girl! I never knew my father but I imagine he would be a dad like yours was. Michele sent me. Have a nice day.

 
at 4:42 PM Anonymous Mrs. Fun said...

I always wanted a dad like that. Luckily I have a husband that is that kind of dad and I get relive my childhood through them.

 
at 12:55 AM Blogger puremood said...

How sweet! What a nice tribute post! I love my Daddy to and am thankful he was and still is active in my life and now my children's :)

 
at 7:19 AM Blogger Shannon said...

Mornin' to ya! Im here via Michelles...have a great day. Very nice pictures too...

 
at 7:35 AM Blogger yellojkt said...

You're dad is mighty good looking. And I say that in the mostly manly beer-drinkin' buddy way possible.

You were quite the cutie too in your Kennedy era church clothes

 
at 2:21 PM Blogger pantrygirl said...

Great photos.

Made me think of my pop and grandpop.

Looks like you were daddy's little girl.

 
at 6:55 AM Blogger Dave said...

There's nothing like old photos to bring back "the good old days" and how simple life was when we were kids. I don't know, maybe life is just always simple for kids, whatever the decade.

 

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