Sunday, July 19, 2015

A tender touch.....

We have a sweet little girl in our family.  She regularly visits my father-in-law in hospital and is his great-granddaughter.  There is a very loving bond between them.  Gregg took this photo of a tender moment, the kind of medicine you can't put in a bottle.




33 comments:

  1. So precious Denise. I hope it brightens your FOL's day.

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  2. Amen! And such you share with us, dear friend

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  3. This is so true. We have the grandkids for a week. AFter a rough week of medical appointments, it's a nice break.

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  4. Nicely done. It's also the kind of medicine you can't buy.

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  5. I'm lucky enough to be in contact with children through my work and I recognise that medicine well enough.

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  6. what a precious child and photographic image of their bond. Thank you for sharing.

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  7. A precious moment and relationship

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  8. Your picture made me feel quite emotional. How lovely it is that young and old can have such a wonderful relationship. How is your father-in-law now?

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  9. What a precious treasure! The relationship and the photo. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  10. Comfort and love are imoortant in healing and we hooe this "medicine" helps in Gully's recovery.

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  11. I echo Valerie's comment..I got a bit teary seeing that powerful and beautiful image .
    Jane x

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  12. Good morning, Denise, oh yes! What a tender moment. Sending my prayers for your FIL! Enjoy your Monday!

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  13. That photo is very precious, as well as the relationship it signifies. Hope your father-in-law is doing well.

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  14. Touching.

    A gesture of hands is silent but very meaningful.

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  15. Very sweet photo, Denise.
    I hope your father-in-law is doing better.

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  16. Sounds like this granddaughter has been brought up right!

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  17. What a precious moment Denise!
    Thank you very much for sharing!

    Tinna ✐

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  18. The hands show so much. I can imagine that young touch is the best medicine of all.

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  19. No substitute for kindness!
    Very nice share!!
    Have a Great Day and Best of Luck to you and family!
    Peace :)

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  20. Such a precious picture...and precious moment in time. I was wondering how Greg's dad was doing, and embarrassed to ask because I was afraid I had missed it in one of your recent posts.

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  21. Just beautiful. Such love in that photo. Both her little hands and his fingers curling around them. That's a beauty rarely captured. I hope he is getting better.

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  22. Precious! I hope your father in law is doing better.

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  23. Very nice photo. I hope FIL is better now.

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