I realize that these daily blogs and posts are at best “all over the map.” Well, as a personal blog and account of my life over the past year, I guess thats what it should be. With several great images finished and ready to post as well as several raw images just waiting to be processed someday, I decided to capture what had caught my attention as I sat down to blog this evening. It truly is amazing how these simple words, written candidly at some point today onto a note pad just inches from where I type this, from the petite hands of my 8 year old, can toss a million emotions at yours truly. This “tossing back and forth” of her for the last 2 and a half years between her mother and I continues to be the strangest emotional challenge for me……especially when I catch a little note like this. A million of the most colorful HDR images mean nothing tonight to me…this however, well, I think you get it…………
Check back tomorrow and, well, I should be back on track…..
aww that is so sweet!
Seen in my contacts’ photos. (?)
Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)
Aw that’s so sweet and adorable, Mike :))
Heheh I sometimes use smiley exclamation marks like this too … even though I am, um, 22 years older, lol!
I get it…I was tossed back and forth for years…but it’s great she gets to spend time with both of you. What a precious note she left you. Makes me smile.
shoots. you got me teary-eyed there. 🙂
I would offer that you are amazingly "On Track" with this post my friend!
Your title says it all Mike. How right you are. One of those special moments to cherish. I’d have that framed:-))
i hope you and your family resolve the conflict and find happiness lasting 🙂
That is so sweet~ Have a great weekend. :0)
thanks everyone 🙂
This is so sweet!! I hope you took her for ice cream!!
so sweet mike! i think she’s lucky to have a dad like you!
have a great weekend my friend.
This is so sweet, Mike! What a nice little note. And your title is so true… it’s the small things, like this, that matter in life. Have a lovely weekend.
Indeed, what really matters:) As is your positive attitude in most things, I hope you realize that the "tossing back and forth", at least as I have observed in Rebecca’s case, may be a blessing at the end of the day! I am thinking maybe she is getting the intense best of both worlds:) You rock, Daddy!!