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Happy Fathers' Day

7 September 2008 13 comments

to all the Australian and New Zealand Dads...

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13 comments: to “ Happy Fathers' Day so far...

  • John M. Mora 7.9.08

    I liked the poems and your affection. I like your dad.

  • Kim 7.9.08

    thanks John..
    it has been 6 years since my Dad passed away and in some ways it seems like it was only yesterday...

  • Anonymous 7.9.08

    I like the poems :)

  • Kim 7.9.08

    thanks Hitsu..
    enjoy your day :)

  • Michelle B. Hendry 8.9.08

    I love the idea of the roses. Something I'll think of for our Father's Day here in June.

  • Amy Lilley Designs 8.9.08

    Hey Father passed away Sept. 24, it will be 20 years this month...soooo hard to believe how the time has passes...but you know what, his birthday is April 21, and that's the hardest day for me, because we were always so used to celebrating on that, I will think of you as well...I'm one of those people who remembers the portrait...what a strong man!

  • Kim 8.9.08

    hi Michelle
    I didn't know about the roses until I googled Fathers' Day...
    and then it took me ages to find the perfect white rose painting.... :)

    gee Amy...
    my Dad passed away on April 21 it is a really sad day for us strange is that :0
    your Dad must have been young... sad ..very sad...

  • Anonymous 8.9.08

    Interesting to see how different cultures remember their fathers. We use Myosotis scorpioides (Forget-me-not flowers) to remember our dads because the 5 blue petals on each flower remind us of a star which our dads were in the service to their families and country.

  • Kim 8.9.08

    they're beautiful flowers Miss MP...
    and the name says it all....
    it would be very tragic to lose your Father in a war....

  • Lynda Lehmann 10.9.08

    Kim, the page won't load for me. Anyone else report this?

  • Kim 10.9.08

    hmmm that's strange Lynda
    I wonder if it's the new comments widget...
    I'll see what I can do ..

  • Anonymous 20.9.08

    Kim, your dad was quite the poet and you were very lucky to have one so awesome for a dad.

  • Kim 24.9.08

    yes he was Boyd :)
    I miss him every day....

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Kim Barker is a Visual Artist (Diploma in Art and Graduate Diploma in Education). She is also a fully trained Reading Recovery Teacher. She has taught RAD (Royal Academy of Dancing) and Cecchetti Ballet Syllabii. Kim also manages the Top Artist' Directory and PoeARTica as well as her blog laketrees She lives with her family on the Eastern Central Coast of Australia. Follow Kim at laketrees on Twitter for updates and news