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Happy Fathers' Day!

Discussion in 'Personal' started by Bethannie, Jun 19, 2011.

  1. A big hug and kiss to all dads out there!
    ((((((daddy!!!!)))) xxxxx
    (For various reasons I can't be in contact with my birthdad......so special warm and loving hugs for all dads who can't be in contact with their children today xxxxx)
     
  2. A big hug and kiss to all dads out there!
    ((((((daddy!!!!)))) xxxxx
    (For various reasons I can't be in contact with my birthdad......so special warm and loving hugs for all dads who can't be in contact with their children today xxxxx)
     
  3. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

    Thanks Bethannie.
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  4. Thanks for the reminder, Bethannie - have just phoned my dad, who'd also forgotten! We are not big on 'greeting-card days' in my family!
     
  5. oldsomeman

    oldsomeman Lead commenter

    thanks bethannie....apprecaited as i never saw my birth father either!
     
  6. PlymouthMaid

    PlymouthMaid Occasional commenter

    A nice sentiment Bethannie. I picked my Dad up today and took him out to the moors for a pint and a pasty and the obligatory ice cream. He had his bottle of scotch as a prezzy too. It was hard work as he has parkinsons and is rather wobbly on his feet these day. Still, i think he enjoyed himself as he doesn't get out much any more. I am lucky to still have both my parents.
     
  7. It was Father's Day here a while ago - it is always on the day of Christi Himmelfahrt.
    Is today Fathers's Day in England?
     
  8. ooh, reading your posts, it is.
    I must ring my step Daddy.....
     

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