My Daddy Strongest

(Cue sound) Ladies and gentlemen, this is a very exciting moment for me as this is my..( drum rolls...) 100th blog post!!!πŸŽ†
 That's right, 100!!!
I can't believe that I'm here already and its thanks to you, my viewers, for your constant support and encouragement. Well of course, the 100th post does require something special, something I hold dear to my heart, something that inspires me the most. And so I dedicate this post to my dad, my pillar of support and the hero of my world. 
Older than You... This was the theme for the Good for the Creative Soul Crew Challenge by the Canvas Corp Brands and here's my take on it.

A man of few words, he spoke very little to people but those few words would make a great impact on one's life. He was a very organised person. Nothing ever surpassed his vision. Even if the TV remote's position changed, he would find out. Lol!! He was always right on the dot. Sharp when the clock strikes 9, he would leave for the office on his bicycle and wave a bye to me with a flying kiss at the street turning. And when the Clock strikes 6 in the evening he'd be home. Even today I wonder how he managed it. He loved old tamil movie songs and loved to take pictures whenever he got the chance. We were in a joint family and he loved every single soul in the house. Be it his own or his brother's children, he never differentiated. His brothers were also like him. 
So here's my take on the challenge...This photo is just one year older than me, was taken in 1976 in his office. Can you see how neat his work space is, unlike mine 😝. 
I have used a variety of chipboards and MDF cutouts that best depicts my dad's interests. I chose the title as My Daddy Strongest because when I was young, there used to be a slogan from Horlicks brand "My Daddy Strongest". I used to call him that. These are some sweet little memories which I will treasure forever.

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  1. A great layout and wonderful tribute to your father. Thanks for linking up to our June challenge at a2z.

  2. What a special layout to honour a special man. Love all the little details you added. Thanks for joining us at a2z Scrapbooking.


  3. Congratulations on your 100th blog post and how fitting that you created a beautiful tribute to your father. So glad you joined us at A2Z Scrapbooking for the June challenge.


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