Monday, January 27, 2014

Remembering Dad

Today I have a very personal post.  One year ago we lost my Dad at the age of 88.  It's been a difficult year, but we have lots of great memories of a life well lived.  I've been thinking about Dad a lot lately.  I took some of the photos we used at his memorial service and put them together in some simple digital pages.  It's a fairly random assortment of photos but it was comforting to put the pages together and think about him.

Thanks for letting me share - give your loved ones an extra hug and appreciate every moment!

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  1. What a wonderful tribute - seems he was an awesome man! You were so lucky to have him so long...

  2. It is a sad day, but looking at the photos he was a wonderful man. A great way to remember him.

  3. Really great pages as a memorial to your Dad. My heart goes out to you and your family.

  4. Diane Your Tribute to your Dad is beautiful, praying for you today and always. Your card turned out amazing too! I would love it if you would share that file with me. I just got my Cameo and I have alot to learn!

  5. WOW! I love this post! (((BIG HUGS)))

  6. Aww, what a nice tribute, and wonderful memories you have. He seemed like a wonderful father.

  7. Lovely tribute. I miss my dad, too.

  8. What wonderful pictures! I don't think I ever saw a picture of your dad with a beard before -- he looked good with one! (You might feel differently since it was so rare for him.)

    He certainly lived a full and good life, and was a great guy. I love the picture of him with your boys (and girls). Your pages are a great example of how scrapbooking can help you hold onto the things that bring you joy in life.

    Melanie (your SIL)


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