Such a sweet picture. Fathers really do build the future.
Now that's a special pic.
Touching words and picture, beautiful!xoxo
Aww, what a lovely pic that gives even more value to your haiku. Have a wonderful day, Nessa.
passionate love from a grandfather...cheers!;)
Touching haiku and a lovely photo!
So sweet! And beautiful words
That's a very beautiful picture and the poem goes well with it. I may have to write something about my father, grandfathers, and ex-husband at the Funhouse. I don't want to go on and on here!Our society is so focused on youth that they often forget the beauty in age. And here we see the aged and the very young together in a happy way.
exceptional construction projects are everywhere! :)
Congratulations to all! Especiallly to Nessa for upholding the gene line once again.Thanks for the Dad picture too he is looking good.Like your Haiku, it's all truth...
Since your visit I gave you credit on my blog for 'sending me' to Sensational Haiku Wednesday.That might make me count for you in next week's referral contest. Or it might have been too soon...
Precious moment, with precise chosen words, Nessa.
Nothing but sweetness!<><
Lovely photo and haiku - not everyone is lucky enough to be around for great-grandchildren!
Aw, they are both cute:) with their perfect haiku.
perfectly penned! love the photo!
What a world we live in that there can be four generations sitting in one tree.
"bad or good"- yup!Wonderful picture.
great haiku...fathers play such a role int he shaping of our lives...
Loved you Haiku but the photo made it perfect! I hope your father has an amazing Fathers Day.
Great picture!!it is soo true - I feel so sorry for all those fatherless kids that are becoming more and more prevalent.
Aww, thats so nice! Really great picture to have too. Well done :)
Futures are built in the past...Fathers
Love this picture :)
Fathers; so important in children's lives. Gran fathers too. Lovely.
What a beautiful photograph to match an equally beautiful poem. This was lovely!JM
if only all fathers would realize that the way they treat their children plays a big role in shaping their future... what a beautiful haiku! i also love the pic... a wonderful, priceless moment was captured here =)