June 19, 2011

[dad]

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I still get a little emotional during father/daughter dances.

Miss you, dad.

-Linds

With dad
Arlington National Cemetery

I love my father as the stars – he’s a bright shining example and a happy twinkling in my heart.
~Terri Guillemets

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