Sunday, 20 June 2010

Happy Father's Day


Here you are, keeping an eye on me. I like to think that you still the do the same from the best and biggest vantage point. x

17 comments:

musicobsessive said...

I'm sure he does. I would.

Kit Courteney said...

That's really lovely :0)

musicobsessive said...

PS - why have I disappeared from the 'Lovely Folk' list? I'm not dead - I checked just a minute ago. Perhaps I'm not lovely...

Jayne said...

Martin - I have no idea why you have disappeared from the list! The numbers change like the wind as well - I think it doesn't like me, that little widget. I might take it off.

And thanks for your earlier comment, much appreciated. I think a comfort is thinking you have folk up there 'rooting' for you. :)

Rayna M. Iyer said...

That is the best Father's Day post I have seen today. Yes, he does, as does mine. I think the best fathers go to that vantage point faster so they can keep an eye on their darling daughters.

Old Kitty said...

That is so beautiful!!! He's always there for you, always!
Happy Father's day.

Take care
x

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I'm sure he does!

The Words Crafter said...

It's comforting to know that we have family who can watch over us from that vantage point-sweet post and love the pic...

Carole Anne Carr said...

Happy Father's Day!

Aubrie said...

Awww. What a great picture. I'm sure he does.

Talli Roland said...

I love this photo, Jayne. And I'm sure he's still watching over you.

Christine said...

That's such a lovely photo. I'm sure he is always with you.

Debs said...

What a lovely photo.

Tess said...

such a tender thought and picture. My dad, too, has that vantage point. Thanks for bringing this thought to mind.

and, I left a comment in your last post about a free writing conference that is coming up for bloggers ... check it out!

Eliza said...

Great post, I'm sure he's there watching.

Rose said...

Ah that's lovely, and I'm very sure he does

Jayne said...

Thank you so much, everyone. It was a real comfort to read your words, and lovely to share a picture of my dad with you. It's not often I get a chance to even use the word 'dad' or 'father', so that in itself is worth a lot. :)