Sunday, June 19, 2011

He feels very loved.

and he obviously is!
While he loves the gifts, what he appreciates most are the cards and letters. 
He keeps them forever. 
And I do mean forever. 


11 comments:

Karen Mortensen said...

Wow. Good for him. I must admit that he has some pretty wonderful kids.
What does that one card in the middle say? (I don't do many things with my left hand)

Sue said...

I love this photo. He really scored, didn't he?

=D

Scrapally said...

That's a great picture! Glad he had such a good day. I'm sure it is as fun for you to read all the wonderful cards and letters too...have a great week!

Dad and Susan said...

Happy Fathers Day Dennis! Looks like you scored. But then again, all the kids you were a father to scored too!!!! So glad it was a happy one for you. Love, Dad and Susan

grandmapeg said...

The best gift Dennis received is that Go Cougars foam finger!!!!! I'm sure he is one of the greatest grandpas! He'd have to be because he is married to one of the greatest grandmas!

nrozier said...

Dennis is looking very skinny these days. It must be those vigorous aerobic workouts at your weekly classes.

Ammy said...

Look at Dennis!!! I love this picture...except, what in the world is he holding in his left hand?

Grandma Honey said...

Ammy...cologne, an automobile scanning cord (it tells you what's wrong with your car!), and a '#1 Grandpa' keychain.

natalie... We think it's the green smoothies!
btw, I sure wish I had taken a picture of you and Brian when you came by that day!

Karen... Tyler wrote the outside of that card..inside it says "but I'm willing to make sacrifices for you." He hurt a finger on his right hand playing football with his brothers while he was here.

Kris said...

Oh I love this picture of dad! He looks so cute! I love you dad!

Lisa said...

Dennis looks 20 in that picture! CUTE!

Tyler said...

I'm sad I didn't see my mom's response earlier. Because I actually didn't injure a finger on my right hand. I injured a finger on my left hand, but I still felt like writing with my left hand instead. In other words, the nature of the card has nothing to do with my physical condition. But at least I'm laughing. Thanks, Mom.