I will always be Daddy's girl. It doesn't matter how old I get, or that Daddy has been gone for 35 years. His influence lives on. He was funny, fun, patient and kind. He loved having me around - whether we were watching TV (which he didn't like to do much) or gapping the spark plugs on his car - we just hung out. So many memories and all good - listening to the Indy 500 on the old radio; making fig preserves; 4 mile morning walks; baking bread; lunch at the Petroleum Club; learning to dance (he was very good); trips; washing cars on Saturday; church on Sunday - so many more.
Most important of all is the legacy of how he showed me the love of the Heavenly Father! And some day we will be together in His presence.
Cooking and knitting are my activity passions. Blogging about those activities make me happy!
"She selects wool and flax and works with eager hands. . .she provides food for her family." Prov. 31:13 and 15