Such tender, touch and very special pictures. Each one has a story, I'm sure.XXXX
Your pride for your father shines through. He looks like a gentle loving man and that you were very close. Happy memories.
TERRIFIC photos. I love that you had no commentary. I think there is just too much to say.
a sweet touching collection of momentseveryone is so beautiful - the love leaps off the screen
What wonderful photos! Such a tribute to your dad and hubby.
Lovely pictures Daryl and a very nice tribute. :)
Fathers Day is special because fathers are special. Great tribute in your montage of photos. Am glad that Obama is speaking out about the necessity of fathers who are present in their childen's lives.
Beautiful family photos...great memories...In the end, that's what really matters...Thanks, Daryl!
Some fine-looking fathers in your life. Nicely done. :)
You have some very handsome and fatherly fellas hanging out at your place, lots of love oozing about !
These are wonderful. No words needed.Have a great day with those you love.
This was a great father's day post. Touching photographs all.
A beautiful collection of pictures. Each one is worth at least 1000 words.
Great album...is that you in the top?
love the photo of you and your dad!
all i can say is awwwwww...so touching and sweet!
I am definitely sure your Dad and my Dad are sitting there together, eating Carbonara and smiling that they brought us together as sisters and friends. I CAN NOT WAIT TO SEE YOU!!!! Maybe you can convince Phil and I to come up to the city for a visit. It has always been a dream of mine to see the NYC during the winter holidays!
Great photo tribute! I just love seeing the older pictures.
Beautiful photos and lovely tribute.
Beautiful Daryl. Sending your Daddy a hug too.
Happy Father's Day to the men in your life!
No words needed...the pictures spoke volumes, Daryl. Enduring, loving, proud, tender moments all captured...beautiful.Bella :)
What strong, handsome faces you both have. I love the photos. Thank you for sharing them.
Very cool... love it!
Such lovely and happy memories. I love the transition of your photos..from latest to the oldest..
Aww... these are cool. (And it's fun trying to figure out who's who in some of the older ones...) He must've been some kinda mensch... just look at the daughter he raised after all.Shalom my friend. You did well, she's doing great things.
Beautiful photos!! How did you get them to look like old polaroids?? I LOVE that!
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