Happy Father’s Day


Happy Father’s Day.

You vacant be the luckiest and most blessed man in this world but it counts for nothing if you do not both realize it and appreciate it. I am a very luck man, a very blessed man, I know it and I do appreciate it. I have the two most amazing daughters in the world. Some may think I am exaggerating when I say that, but in my mind and heart it is true.
My daughters in turn have blessed me, gifted me with 3 little princesses, my grand daughters. Who could possibly imagine your heart could hold so much love, well I do. Each of my little princesses so very special in their own way. But, one example of what I see as grandpa heaven, spending a day, hugging,snuggling and kissing a 15 month old little princess. Granny Vi certainly got in there to get her share of those hugs and kisses. I think the best way to describe my princesses would be as “heart melters”.
I have come to realize I really do have so much to be grateful for. Blessing abound. I have mentioned many times that Vi and I were both married before, as I do, Vi has children from that previous relationship. That gives me 4 wonderful step children and 6 step grand kids. Some how that word “step” seems pretty meaningless.
I am a lucky man

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8 Responses to Happy Father’s Day

  1. simplicianot says:

    Happy Fathers Day Bill.
    God Bless
    Beatrice

    Hi Beatrice and thank you

  2. Hilary says:

    Hi Bill – so wonderful that you are together and able to share the snuggles, hugs and kisses – lovely post .. and great pictures abound .. it’s lovely to read your happiness with your families .. and Vi’s … have a happy week .. Hilary

    Thank you Hilary, it is going to be a good week, I hope your week is amazing also
    Bill

  3. Mel says:

    Well, happy Dad’s Day, sir.
    Bit late–I don’t know what’s happened with my last two posts..apparently they don’t exist. I must, MUST learn to wait for their appearance before moving on to the next website. *sigh* I don’t like when Moofie eats my posts.
    Oh, but you got to hold bundle of joys and do jibberish and snuggles. What a great gift you got! Here’s to more of the same–nothing fills my heart so completely as a hug from the wee one. Dunno why that is, I just know it is!

    Hi Mel, not sure what may have happened to those missing posts, I even checked spam just in case they got misdirected there, but nope. You have been missed but the important thing is you are here now and I appreciate that.
    You are so right those hugs are amazing. Years ago I was a baby myself and it is lucky for me I still remember how to talk baby talk, makes the conversation so much more interesting
    Bill

  4. Fairyflutterings says:

    Bill, as you know I have no family and am very much taking this last chapter of my life story with the virtual family I stumbled across here. It sounds like you have a wonderful family and the power of a grandpa’s love on little lives is beyond anything that words could capture. I have one question though, at the age of 44 am I too old for you and Vi to adopt me lol

    Hi Fairy. Have long considered you to be a part of the family. Consider yourself to have long ago been adopted right here. Yes I do have a wonderful family, I know it and appreciate it. I also know I have such a wonderful virtual family right here and you are definitely a part of that.
    Bill

  5. Laura says:

    Bill! Sending the late wishes of fathers day 🙂 There is something I would like to talk to you about in email if this is ok with you? Though I’m not sure how as we can’t give email add here. Hope Vi is improving with her legs, and prayers for your brother that he has a diagnoses soon. Wishing you a good week and better health! Laura

    Hi Laura, I thank you for good wishes. I would be happy to chat via email. My email message will shortly be on its way to you.
    Bill

  6. Cat says:

    A belated Happy Father’s Day to you, Bill!

  7. Ed Darrell says:

    Great stuff.

    By the way, the column to the right says you’re 56. Still?

    Hi Ed and thank you for the reminder. How time slips by now I am 60. When I come on to the blog I always just come to the administrators site. From there I can’t the actual published blog but only what I am working on, comments, statistics etc. I don’t see that little blurb on the side. I guess it is out of sight out of mind. I just spent about 10 minutes trying to figure out how to access that section. How do I get in to it, can anyone help me out.
    Thanks again, memory guy appreciates reminders as needed
    Bill

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