Lest we forget!

Thank you for your service to our country, Dad.

I love you so much and I am so proud of you.  You are an inspiration.  

You know, Dad told me recently that, despite his few troubles when he was younger (three and a half years in the infamous Changi POW camp) and losing my mother at the end of 2013, he was a very lucky and contented man!  An inspiration indeed.


Now!  97 years young.

hugs, Kaye


Ariadne said…
My best regards to your dad from me from far away Greece!AriadnefromGreece!
Justine said…
What a handsome man! We owe a huge debt to our soldiers.
Anonymous said…
Thankyou to your dad ,lest we forget xx
Vickie said…
I love that your father certainly looks the same!
Thank you so much sir, how brave you are.
cucki said…
Thank you to your dad
Love and blessings x
marly said…
An honorable and obviously much loved man indeed. And handsome too!
Lesley said…
A lovely and poignant post Kaye.
Beautiful! He has experienced a lot and can enjoy life, that's the right attitude!
Carol said…
What a life he has lived, Kaye--he looks wonderful and vibrant at age 97! What a blessing :)
Nice to hear that he feels he has been lucky. He should do, he has a wonderful daughter!
Lovely photo with all his medals.
Julie said…
He looks fabulous for his 97years and some of the things he has endured during that time. A lovely picture.
Melinda Forbes said…
Two great pictures of your dad I can't even imagine what it must have been like for him, in that prison camp. Gives me chills. Looking great for 97
Astrids dragon said…
What a sweetie! I still see that young boy in his face!

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