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Discussion in 'Hats' started by deanglen, Nov 8, 2007.
Love those pleats!
"Least wanted". ound: "Calm down, kid. Nobody's looking for you."
Finally got to give my dad his cap on his birthday, and it was a fine thing. Though saddled with Parkinson's, he knew what was going on and wept to hear he'll wear the same cap as me and my son.
You're a lucky man to still have him around Keith. I lost my Dad to Parkinson's in '06, three weeks before my second son was born.
The caps look great!
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Great caps Keith, I'm glad your father can still appreciate them.
Terrific moment Keith, good on you for making it happen.
It's one thing to enjoy making hats and/or caps, whether as a hobby or as a profession, but it's moments like this that truly make it worth the effort. Well done!!! :yo:
I absolutely agree!
Super Keith,I'm happy for you!
your a great son & papa & a cap maker !
wow thats great , wish i had what you got , great photo
Keith what a wonderful memory you've made!! You'll always be thankful for this day! And Al, "It's one thing to enjoy making hats and/or caps, whether as a hobby or as a profession, but it's moments like this that truly make it worth the effort. Well done!!!", well said brother!!
We're really enjoying the time we've got together this week. I tell you, living half a world away from family really makes you savor the moments.
Keith we see where the nose came from.
Guilty as charged!
A bit late to this birthday celebration, but All the best to you and yours, Stuffy. Wonderful, memorable life moment here!!
And, you are shoe-in winners of the father-son look alike contest at the county fair.