Why, yes, she is my daughter.
How did you know?
The party started with tailgating in the parking lot for the six of us: My dear wife Karen and I, Elisabeth and her boyfriend George Three, and his parents Susan and George Two.
With Father’s Day the following day, the timing could not have been better.
The food was good. Two members of the 1986 World Series-winning edition of my squad, the New York Mets, were in the house of the Triple-A Syracuse Chiefs to sign autographs if you wished and say hello to fans.
A fireworks display was set off over the center-field fence after the game.
If the above photo isn’t enough to convince you, get a load of my gallery.
Click on any gallery photo for a description. Click twice on the bottom right photo for an enlarged slide show.
Here’s how this challenge works: You post a photo each day for five consecutive days and attach a story to the photo. It can be fiction or non-fiction, a poem or a short paragraph that shares your insight or inspiration of or from the image.
This is the final installment of my entries in the Five Photos Five Series Challenge. My thanks to Amy Rose for nominating me to participate.
Today I nominate my friend Jen from her fine blog One Chicklette. Have fun!