March 18, 2010
Dad & daughter.
Thank you for laughter, tenacity, absolutely no patience when trying to help me with math and all the patience in the world when teaching me to drive a stick-shift.
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Tags: copywriting, Dad, grief, laughter, loss, love, math, standard transmission
wow. i am struck by how much of your face i can see in your dad’s.
i agree with Tracey, you are the spitting image of your dad in this picture. Great photo
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