Daughter Teaches Dad

Daughter Teaches Dad

I am a little embarrassed because there are a lot of people talking about it.

I was just taking photos of my beard because I had been playing a hillbilly in a musical society production and my wife wouldn’t let me keep it.

I definitely won’t be letting my daughter get my phone again.

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Gotta love the smiles – on both man and animal. Brings back prehistoric memories before the fall of mankind.

Gotta appreciate this man’s sense of privacy – no wonder he can still smile with happiness.

No shock here: “He is a man who is ready and happy to help out and gives of his time willingly and unselfishly, always placing others first. He is one of the most respected and liked citizens in the Walcha district,” fellow Walcha resident Steve McCoy said of Mr Partridge. [ reference article below ]

Now the Lord God had formed out of the ground all the beasts of the field and all the birds of the air. He brought them to the man to see what he would name them; and whatever the man called each living creature, that was its name. (Genesis 2:19)

Lesson:

Notice that Eve was not there, she had not been created as of yet. Why – you ask?

Bonus:

Any pure happiness in your life comes from Him, the holy and true God through Jesus. Since I am not a rude person think I will stop this moment and say thank-you.

Thank-you Lord.

Yet he has not left himself without testimony: He has shown kindness by giving you rain from heaven and crops in their seasons; he provides you with plenty of food and fills your hearts with joy.” (Acts 14:17) 

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017
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Article Reference

(indy100.com)—

“I don’t even know how to use Facebook, let alone how to like something,” Mr Partridge said.

“My daughter uploaded the photo onto Facebook and then it started being shared.”

The photo quickly spread before appearing on Facebook page Unilad on January 23. It has now been shared more than 5000 times with more than 120,000 likes.

“I am a little embarrassed because there are a lot of people talking about it,” Mr Partridge said.

“I was just taking photos of my beard because I had been playing a hillbilly in a musical society production and my wife wouldn’t let me keep it.”

A former Walcha Australia Day citizen of the year recipient, Mr Partridge has lived in, worked in and supported Walcha all his life, being involved in many different organisations including being director, writer and actor with the Walcha Musical Society.

“He is a man who is ready and happy to help out and gives of his time willingly and unselfishly, always placing others first. He is one of the most respected and liked citizens in the Walcha district,” fellow Walcha resident Steve McCoy said of Mr Partridge.