Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy Birthday Poppa

15 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Born at the end of one World War, sounds like your Dad served with distinction in the next one.

Fire Byrd said...

Always a bitter sweet time these anniversarys. Our happy memories tinged with the pain of our loss.
My Dad's death was in October and my Mum's in November.
So I'm with you from over the sea
xx

Chris said...

Happy Birthday...
Cindy, you are lovely to honor his birthday.
Big hugs~

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Happy Birthday to your poppa Cynthia
A lovely tribute.. my father was a pilot in WWII also... ciao xxx Julie

Pooch Purple Reign said...

cheers to your poppa
hugs
~laura x

Jacqueline said...

Dear Cynthia,
We have a lot in common....my Dad was born in 1917 and was a pilot in the RAF. We had him with us longer than your Poppa, as he only died a couple of years ago.
I shall be thinking of you this week. XXXX

Paula said...

Happy Birthday to your Dad. Bittersweet memories. Glad that he was there for you after the WWII. Love from my heart to yours

Arti said...

Happy birthday to your Dad... You have given Him a lovely tribute..
Have a blessed week.

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Happy Birthday to your Dad Cynthia. My Mom's is coming up in January...she's been gone since 1983. Yes...it's bittersweet isn't it. I hope you have a wonderful Tuesday my friend.
Maura :)

PK Studios said...

Happy Birthday for your Poppa Cynthia. He is surely a happy spirit, proud of his awesome daughter! Hugs, Penny

PK Studios said...

PS. I think your jewelry is fabulous... it's not necessary to spend lots of dough. Spending more only gets you into trouble and debt (I speak for myself anyway)! : )

Kath said...

There is nothing more special than the relationship between a little girl and her Dad.

jeanette from everton terrace said...

I missed this one Cynthia, try to stay away from the computer on the weekends and you popped into my head this morning and I thought "what's she been up to" - glad I checked. Hope the days was more about happy memories than sadness.

Just Be Real said...

Great honor dear one. Blessings.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

A sweet remembrance.

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