Saturday, June 20, 2009

Father's Day




In loving memory of my father, Fernando
1928-2006

12 comments:

  1. My dear, there is a blank page here. I know you intended to post about your father, but something happened to the image. It's not here.

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  2. Can't see the image either, but my thoughts are with you if this is the anniversary of your father's death. Its always difficult to lose a loved one!

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  3. A lovely video and tribute to your father, Gina. I'm sorry the others didn't get to see it. I hope others will.

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  4. Utah. I believed I DID post about my father. All appears to be well on my end. I'm sorry you having trouble.

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  5. Very beautiful tribute. I lost my father 9-27-1921/5-30-2009 just 3 tender weeks ago today. Wondering if I am going to make it. I know I will and perhaps be able to do something like you have done here in a couple years. Tomorrows going to be rough.
    Peace!!!

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  6. This is brilliant! What a lovely tribute!
    As you may know we celebrate Father's Day on March 19th.

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  7. An amazing video and a moving tribute.

    Thank you so much for your thoughtful comments on my blog. I think it comes down to what a dear friend said to me recently, "We're all just people." Such a simple statement, but the truth of it is so often forgotten. Kindness is everything.

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  8. Thank you all for your lovely comments. My father's only means of personal transportation was, for many years, a bicycle. It was only when my family moved to states that he eventually learned to drive and bought a car. My earliest and fondest memories are of seeing my father approach our home on his bicycle, getting off hugging me with one hand while he held the bike upright with the other.

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  9. Your tribute to your father was very nice. At least we were thinking along the same lines as I did mine for VTT. Thanks for visiting my post.

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  10. Reading your comment here makes the video that much more of a wonderful tribute!
    Nicely done.

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  11. The circle of life.
    An absolutely touching movie, Gina.
    You always find such gem !

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