“It’s Daddy Day”

Well yesterday, Fathers Day, was kind of hard, My father was killed in 93 and I did a tribute to him in the form of a painting without realizing it. When I finally figured out why I painted it I started balling and couldn’t stop till my sister helped me through it. I wanted to give my Dad a great unknown to explore on his next journey. My 4 kids really tried hard to cheer me up. I am so glad to be home with them. I missed the last ones birth being on deployment, so I am always trying to make it up to her, and don’t think that I ever will. She has cuddled up to me every night in bed since I’ve been home. She had to force me to open my presents because she said “It’s Daddy Day”

Click on the image for my dad’s Military Roll of Honor profile.

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    1. I am very sorry it took so long to respond, was in Design school for the last couple of years but now graduated.
      I can’t comment on brain dead because I have a TBI (traumatic brain injury) where I have difficulty focusing very often.
      I do not go on Twitter but here are just a couple of my links,

      Dan Hawk A.K.A. yellowbronco
      IMAGEnation Managing Director
      hawkimagenation.com/
      http://www.linkedin.com/pub/dan-hawk/46/726/704/
      http://hawkimagenation.com/
      http://hawkimagenation.wordpress.com/
      in – http://goo.gl/WrN9f6
      My public artist page , not my personal facebook page.
      https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dan-Hawk/
      mine is
      https://www.facebook.com/daniellhawk
      http://yellowbronco.deviantart.com/
      http://artwork-by-veterans.deviantart.com/

      Artwork by vets at wordpress
      https://artworkbyveterans.wordpress.com/
      https://www.facebook.com/ARTbyVets

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