Thursday, January 01, 2009

Happy NEW YEAR!!!

THANK YOU ALL MY BLOG FRIENDS AND FAMILY:
For listening to "Danny boy" its now time for a change to my music.
But if you want to listen to it again just go to bottom of my blog page and there it is!!
The music that I am playing is a sentimental journey that I go down every New years.
It's a journey with my dad, for my dad, who we lost to cancer several years ago.
This was his song - This is how we my sisters and brothers remember him. singing his song on New years eve.
O! how he loved us his family, his grand children and O! how we loved him.
Coming from Scotland all those years ago and not only falling in love with Australia but also with our mum. Their love brought into the world 5 children and now there are also 12 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren as well as loving daughter & sons in law. Our path (his path) is set forever in the books of history.

So as we (our family) listen to this his song, Danny boy and a tear rolls down our faces we remember New Years days from our past - and New Years days forever with you singing 'Danny boy" dad.
So to the best! singer we knew who always sang his song Danny boy! as the clock chimed

12 o'clock the beginning of a new year and a new chapter would begin in our lives.

Cheers!!! To all!

May your year be blessed with all those things that make your hearts sing.

May you find wisdom and joy under ever door way on your paths journey in 2009.


So!!! Cheers!!! Dad!! William Roger Hamilton Goodfellow

(now don't you get upset sisters)

This is my New years day Remembering those gone before me making ready my place beside them.

15 comments:

Mildred said...

What a beautiful tribute to your father and the song is lovely. What a large, loving family to carry on. God bless, Mildred

Leslie: said...

HAPPY HAPPY NEW YEAR LEE-ANN! I think of you so often, too. hugs to you and yours...

Lark said...

Have a wonderful new year Lee-Ann - here's to creating more special memories!

Allison x

Lanny said...

Thank you for sharing, I love this song too. Want it sung at my funeral.

Gina E. said...

Lovely post, Lee-Ann. It reminded me to ask you if you watched the Tattoo on ABV2 last night (New Years Eve I mean). It was great - Ken taped it, so if you missed it, we'll do a copy for you.
Happy New Year!

Daisy said...

Happy New Year Lee-Ann! Wishing you and yours a new year filled with much joy and many blessings. :D

Wonderful tribute to your father this is! You are so blessed to have a family filled with love.

Puss-in-Boots said...

A time for remembrance...I had Danny Boy sung at my wedding over 40 years ago...such a sentimental song for the Irish.

Happy New Year, Lee-ann.

Puss-in-Boots said...

A time of remembrance for you Lee-ann. I had Danny Boy sung at my wedding over 40 years ago, at my request. Such a sentimental song for the Irish.

A Happy New Year to you and yours, Lee-ann.

PEA said...

Happy New Year, dear Lee-ann!! I'm back from my mini blogging break and now having fun trying to catch up with everyone:-) I so enjoyed reading your last few posts I had missed...it certainly does sound like you had a wonderful Christmas and I so loved seeing all the pictures. You have such a beautiful family.

Danny Boy has always brought tears to my eyes...I can see now why it's such a special song for you and your family:-) Your father will always be with you through that song every New Year's Eve.

Wishing you and yours all the very best that 2009 has to offer, dear friend!! xoxo

Reflection Through The Seasons said...

Happy New year Lee-Ann.
May 2009 be enriched with many blessings. Marion

Tea and Margaritas in My Garden said...

Happy New Year to you and your lovely family Lee-Ann!
And a beautiful tribute to your father.

tea
xo

Tammy said...

This song gets me everytime! What a wonderful Christmas you had and those knitted slippers are TOO CUTE!

May 2009 bring you much joy and love. XXOO

The Muse said...

Happy new year! I stumbled upon your blog, nice to meet you!

Flip Flop Floozie said...

Happy New year to you too!! I have not been around for a long time and I am so sorry..busy Christmas in Illinois in the cold, cold weather now back and trying to catch up!! Hope all is well with you guys!!

Jo said...

Omigosh, that is so beautiful...! That is the nicest version of that song I have ever heard. What a beautiful tribute to your father.

Happy New Year!

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