Tuesday, July 28, 2009

My Dad

Will be staying with us for a few weeks while he is recovering from his knee replacement surgery.  He was at the hospital for one week then at a rehabilitation facility for two and I felt so sad for him so I’m glad to be able to bring him home to our house.

I created this House of 3 storyboard to share a couple of photos of my dad so you could see how cute he is!  I can tell he is in much better spirits now that he is out of that place and I think being here with us will also be a nice change for him.  Incase you are wondering my parents are divorced and so my dad doesn’t have a wife to help take care of him.

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Hope your week is going well!  Hugs from Texas!


Melissa Miller said...

Nancy you are just about the sweetest and most kind hearted lady in all of Blogland! ~WOW! You are a doll to take care of your Dad and help with his knee recovery. I know he is so very grateful. Beautiful photos of you all too.

THANK YOU SO MUCH! For your kindness on my master bedroom post this evening. You really made my night my friend.
I can't believe you want to make something for my future new nephew! How sweet! Absolutely I'm very interested and grateful for your offer. I will be more than happy to pay for it though.
No problem. I will remind you as the date approaches for him to arrive. What a great keepsake that my sister will cherish for sure.

Have a blessed evening.
~Warmly, Melissa ;)

Brittany said...

What a sweet daughter! Your daddy is a cutie!

And, I love your wedding picture! You were a stunning bride, and that dress is to die for!

Miss you!

Mumzie said...

You will remember this forever. Such a sweetheart to take care of dad during his recovery. I hope he is back on his feet soon. Cute pics of him too. Mumzie

xinex said...

Nancy, what a nice thing to do for your dad. I am sure your love and support will get him to recover faster...Christine

Eli said...

Hope your dad feels better soon!

Anne said...

Hi, Nancy! It is super sweet of you to take in your Dad and help him through his recovery. I'm glad that his spirits have picked up since he joined you! Good luck! :-)

Cherrie said...

My friend just had a knee replacement and said it was the hardest thing she has ever done. Your dad will recover much faster being with loved ones! Good luck to him!