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November 08, 2012



looks like a beautiful time for you two! and what a strong relationship -- all the tougher, perhaps, after your teenage angst. my dad passed away before he could know my husband and kids, and i miss him so much. give 'swervin' an extra hug for all of us dad-missers next time. xoxo


I had a contentious relationship with my dad when I was a teen, also. But now I just love him and can appreciate all he did for me while I was growing up. I'm glad you had a fun day together. :-) I've visited Boston and have taken the same tour - it was great.


Looks like you had a fabulous time, relationships with Dad are so special, mine passed away when I was only 16 and I so think of all the things I've done places I've been and people I'm with that would have loved to have met him. So you are right to appreciate what you have right in front of you!

And I'd agree with Lindsay - extra hugs from those of us who no longer have a 'swervin' in our lives.

Much love

Shayna Proctor

I've always wanted to ride in one of those boat/cars. Love your honesty.


Love the photos! I need to tour the east coast! I've only been once; to DC! Miss you!


The next time 'swervin' is in town, give him a big hug and kiss from me too. My Dad has been gone a few years and I miss him like crazy!! I loved him to pieces and would give the world to have one more day in his company fishing or just talking. But I have some of the most beautiful memories of him that keep me attached and feeling like he's right here with me.


One of my favorite cities to walk around ... it does look like a glorious day and I love the shot of you with your dad. I also had some knock down drag out moments with my dad and hold on to such memories of us connecting as evidence of the power of love to overcome some really stubborn souls!
It looks like you are having a stellar Autumn with your family! xo

judy in carefree

How nice to spend time with your dad! I took the duck tour with my two girls after my younger daughter ran the Boston Marathon last spring...what fun!

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