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-Kelly

Friday, June 15, 2012

Bapa and Jack

Another one for you, Daddy...


One of our favorites...best sung along at high levels...

2 comments:

Barbara said...

Dear Kelly,I've not left a comment on this sad news yet. But I have been reading and listening to the music, with tears in my eyes and goosebumps on my body. What a charming, delightful Irishman is your Daddy. One can tell not only by your stories but that wonderful face of his. I know this is all so raw right now, but what you have been doing must be of such comfort to you and your family right now. Music and Art help us heal from the pains we must go through in life. And I also know from experience, that special joy of having an Irish Daddy. My heart is with you throughout this bittersweet time. These memories you are sharing are so touching to read. Thank you for that.
Kind regards,
Barbara
p.s. isn't baby Jack the cutest boy in the world?

Lori Wostl said...

Thinking of you daily. My brothers and I used to play Kingston Trio. We would have tennis rackets for our banjo and guitar and a pot lid for the bongos. Learned my harmonizing from those boys...so enjoying your celebration of your dad. Suspect it will get to that part much later for you. Be well.