Na zdravje, Dad!

Today celebrates my father, in many ways my role-model. One of the things I love the most is how you will always caress a dog.

Cin cin, na zdravje, prost, živeli!

This year I’m here for your birthday, for a change. Last year I came a bit later and yet all this was our July. More info in the captions.

Auguri, na zdravje and happy birthday, dad, and I wish you much health and happiness! ❤

36 thoughts on “Na zdravje, Dad!

    1. Indeed, SMSW, it was a big surprise for me. In the middle of the city and yet it feels like in the country. The family only lived here for a few months. The place where they lived before had been bombarded. It was 1945. Maribor was German.

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  1. Happy birthday to your father! What a sweet way to help him celebrate. I am in awe of that large and fantastic mural you’ve captured so beautifully in Nova vas (do I have that right?). The colors, the detail, the composition is marvelously rendered by the artist.

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  2. I enjoyed the glimpse into your travels and family life. I was amazed to see kiwis just growing on a tree, hanging from stems, in clusters. It’s not how I pictured it for some reason, but I was pleasantly surprised to learn something new!

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  3. I love your father’s smile. Honestly, he looks too young to be your father! Handsome. And I adore the indoor sailboat. Gladdens me to know how I might be able to ‘live aboard’ once I return to shore 🙂

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    1. Ohh, Lisa, this brought a smile to my face and one to his as well, do doubt. 😉 Thank you so much! I can assure you that he is old enough. And this indoor sailboat is made for you! I’m so glad you noticed it. To living aboard!

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  4. Aww, such a tender, and loving tribute to your Father! Loved the images, and your thought/caption for everyone, but the last is my favorite.

    Happy Belated Birthday to your Dad! I hope you two will have many more moments like these too!

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