Sunday Post #425 Father’s Day

June 21st, 2020 Kimberly Sunday Post 40 Comments

21st Jun
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Today I am missing my father, but celebrating the father who gave me my husband, the father of my children and my grandchildren’s father. Be Kind and Stay Caffeinated.

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40 Responses to “Sunday Post #425 Father’s Day”

  1. Mary

    I’m linking up a day late (sooooo busy, phew). Hope your Father’s Day celebrations/appreciations were lovely!

  2. MarthaE

    I am missing my dad too. My husband is the “patriarch” in our clan now as he has a couple of years on my eldest brother.
    I just read my first Grace Draven book and really liked it.
    Enjoy your week and your reading!

  3. Judee

    Thanks for this great together with other bloggers! Hope you have a wonderful week with lots of reading!

  4. Sophia Rose

    Glad you had a great dad and plenty of fathers in your life to celebrate. I will miss making my annual trip out to visit my dad this year.

    Nice haul! I got the Jennifer Ashley, too.

    Have a good week, Kim!

  5. Lola

    I am sorry that you’re missing your father. That’s great there are some father’s in your life you can celebrate. Have a great week!

  6. sjhigbee

    I hope today is a lovely peaceful one for you, Kimberly – followed by a week full of wonderful books… Take care.

  7. Mareli @ Elza Reads

    Hi there Kimberly! I am so sorry that you miss your dad. May your day be filled with kindness.

    Murder in the East End tickles my fancy, hope you get to enjoy it real soon.

    Have a wonderful week and as always, thanks for hosting.

  8. Maureen @ Maureen’s Books

    Happy Father’s Day. These days are always kind of hard when your missing someone. I’ve never celebrated Father’s Day since my dad hasn’t been in the picture for most my life.. but today I’m celebrating my husband.
    Staf safe and happy reading.