Show us your face - Page 9
@Koukouvagia I'm so glad you posted again!!! I read this whole thread before originally posting and was so happy looking through all the photos but the mystery of what the OP looked like was kind of ironic
@tbos42you have a beautiful family
Thanks Nicko. I didn't think you had removed it, so I was thinking it might be a FB issue...but, like so many FB issues, I don't even like thinking about how FB might "know" if I reposted a picture somewhere else not linked to my FB account. It's just creepy.
Cheflayne--I checked to see if maybe the picture had been removed from my FB photos and it is still there, so it's just a mystery.
I'll add one with my father. I lost him in April of this year and it's been a pretty tough year for me. This was taken before the time of digital cameras. I was being funny wearing a Santa hat and told him let's take a picture together. Only after getting it developed I realized he stood perfectly in front of a picture and became Rudolph! I added the glow for affect
@eastshores you and your Dad gave me a good chuckle, he must have been a character!
These photos that we have of our loved ones become
more and more precious to us as time passes and helps to heal us.
I know your grief, I lost my Dad way too early, but I know he's with me, everyday.
Mahalo, thanks FF, my Dad was never the smothering type towards me, we definitely understood each other...
and I still sleep that way, one arm up over my head and the other must be still resting on my Dad's, I miss him
all these years later. Funny, he's the one who shaped me into the person I am today.
Daddy's Girl, for sure!
I salute you for your love of your art. It's a hard thing to pursue on your own.
I think she said '82 or '83 she joined the NYP. She's on the road often doing residencies and playing weekends, trips to europe, china, etc. Believe me organizing and cooking are not her strong suits - LOL. Dinner parties at her place mean several of us actually pull it together and get it on the table.