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Susan & her Dad

Posted by
Judy aka L@dybug (Brooksville, FL, United States) on 12 June 2009 in Art & Design and Portfolio.

Taken last month at the Korean War Memorial, before the wall of etched faces. Mike served during the Korean War, but was in the USN's Atlantic Fleet. Here he reflects with his/our very special daughter.

SONY DSLR-A100 1/60 second F/6.3 ISO 100 45 mm (35mm equiv.)

January 1st is around the corner, along with an end to my daily posts, at least for now.
Dementia is so debilitating and Hubby needs more of my time.

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Marion from Nanaimo, BC, Canada

Very touching. I love Mike's shirt. Susan looks much like her Dad right down to those long legs. Two walks, good for you Judy. Keep on keeping on. God bless. ♥♥♥

12 Jun 2009 5:43am

@Marion: Thanks, Marion ... it was a very special time for us to be there together and I liked this more serious father daughter photo. She definitely is a Clark ... long, lean and 'small bottom'! <grin>
Walking is really tiring, but I can see how it's helping me. xo

Mandy Provan from Johannesburg, South Africa

what a lovely moment for the 2 of them to share Judy!! Glad to hear you're feeling so much better and your walks are going well. My prayers and well wishes are yours from this side of the ocean Judy!! :)

12 Jun 2009 7:46am

@Mandy Provan: Thanks, Mandy ... it truly was a time for reflection for all of us.
Walking is tiring, but oh, so good for me. Thank you for your prayers! xx

Marie-Hélène Ammor from Casablanca/Paris, Morocco

A superb photo ,great to share this with your daughter ! Good walk and I hope that everything is going better !

12 Jun 2009 9:43am

@Marie-Hélène Ammor: Thank you, Marie ... I'm feeling much better; I tire easily, but that will improve.

Betty from New Jersey, United States

I agree with Marion, Susan looks very much like her Dad. You captured a beautiful moment.
Very happy you are doing so well, Judy. Take care.

12 Jun 2009 9:46am

@Betty: Thanks, Betty, on both counts ... and have a wonderful time in D.C.!

MontereyJohn from Salinas, California, United States

Hi Judy, hope things are good for you. Lovely image.

12 Jun 2009 11:15am

Jen from Alpharetta, United States

Wonderful shot

12 Jun 2009 12:05pm

Jen from Alpharetta, United States

Meant to ask...how are you feeling?

12 Jun 2009 12:06pm

@Jen: Thank you, Jen, for your comment and your inquiry.
I am doing remarkably well, however my stamina has not yet fully returned. The mile walk, in two increments, is about all I can do right now. I see the surgeon the 19th, so w/the progress I've made in one week, I can only hope to double it by then. ♥

Marion from Cincinnati, United States

Judy, I have been to these memorials too. It is a very emotional path down those names or edged faces. They did a truly amazing job creating these memorials.
I am glad that you are sleeping better now that you are home. It is amazing how much they poke and prode at you in the hospital all night long. I am sure that you will continue to get better and regain more stamina as time passes. My best wishes continue to be with you :)

12 Jun 2009 1:22pm

@Marion: Yes, it's a somber and meaningful area in D.C. ... glad you had the opportunity to see it.
Thank you for your caring ... I'm doing really well.

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Marvelous capture. I went to college (1953-57) with lots of Korean War vets; they provided real maturity for the university community.

12 Jun 2009 2:17pm

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

A beautiful photo of dad and daughter, and for you slow and easy my sweet lady, slow and easy, xxxx

12 Jun 2009 3:26pm

@Lorraine: Yes, slow and easy ... no good overdoing it! xx

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

An really wonderful memorial, I've not seen anything like that before. And a beautiful photograph of your husband and daughter too.
Glad to hear that you are progressing well Judy, just don't do too much and tire yourself out. xx

12 Jun 2009 8:04pm

@MaryB: Thank you, Mary; the memorial is very special, as are my husband and our daughter. ♥
I'm being careful to not overdo! xx

Susan from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Lovely image of the family......not only humidity.... but boy oh boy, the heat is already here!!! glad to hear you're "sticking to the program" !!

12 Jun 2009 8:16pm

Chris from South Jersey, United States

wonderful portrait at what looks like a great memorial....glad you are doing better - keep up the walks!!

12 Jun 2009 8:24pm

Barbara from Florida, United States

Beautiful image of father and daughter. Still, Susan does not look old enough to have Bridget for a daughter. The age difference doesn't seem possible.
The memorial is an interesting sight. I've never been there but to see the monuments and memorials in your images has given me a great view.
You are making great progress.

13 Jun 2009 3:46am

@Barbara: I agree; Susan's aging well and while she's 26 years older than Bridget, it really doesn't show.
I'm happy you've enjoyed the D.C. memorials ... a few more are coming.

SONY DSLR-A100
1/60 second
F/6.3
ISO 100
45 mm (35mm equiv.)

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