My menfolk by happypat

My menfolk

Only two missing off this photo of our Knowles men!
From left to right back row:
Anthony, our youngest son, William, grandson & the groom, Brian our eldest son & father of William & Harry father & grandfather.
In front Max & Finn who are Ants sons.
Missing is Jack who is in Japan & Garth son in law, father of Jack & husband of our middle child Cathy.
Cathy & Garth had been at Alex & Simons wedding but unfortunately had booked their holiday before Erin & Will had picked their wedding date so had returned home.

Three good things:
1. My friend picked up my prescription & took it to the pharmacy, she going to collect it next Thursday.
2. Lydia who is a speech therapist for the NHS & has no clinics has been seconded into moving beds about at Lancaster Royal Infirmary.
3. Great turnout in our lane for the clapping event at 8pm last night.
A lovely shot of your men Pat
March 27th, 2020  
A lovely image of these guys and strong resemblance. Such great family memories as we all hunker down.
March 27th, 2020  
A wonderful photo! You have a lovely family. I like your 3 things, so much.
March 27th, 2020  
What a great photo .. one for a frame .. little Finn looks like Harry ..
March 27th, 2020  
Wonderful capture
March 27th, 2020  
Nicely organised for height! This is a special photograph and others should do the same. Have to find out what this 'clapping ' event is!
March 27th, 2020  
What a lovely special photo of your men. Hope Lydia keeps well- good to be useful at this time.
March 27th, 2020  
@julzmaioro do you remember minding him when he was a few months old.... time flies he’s six now.
March 27th, 2020  
@maggiemae At 8pm last night we were encouraged to go outside on our doorsteps & clap for our National Health Service staff & all carers. I went out on our quiet lane feeling rather silly & self conscious, started clapping & then heard our neighbours clapping...it was quite moving I can tell you. Even Boris clapped outside Number 10. Not sure if it’s on every night but I didn’t go outside earlier.
March 27th, 2020  
bep
What a lovely family photo!
March 27th, 2020  
What a great photo Pat..all your lovely menfolk..you must be very proud ..times we going through makes us treasure even more.
Clapping all around our village too..first up the lane ..then youcould hear more. I made me very emotional!.think they going to do every thursdsy at 8 pm xx
March 27th, 2020  
@brennieb Oh it’s every Thursday, wasn’t sure because there has been lots in TV tonight. Jet lag caught up with me today...Ihave slept on & off all evening.... probably won’t sleep at all when 8 go to bed!
March 27th, 2020  
Like the cows in the background as well
March 28th, 2020  
Such a nice family shot of your 'boys'!
March 28th, 2020  
Beautiful capture of your man folk. I do like how you captured them with the cattle grazing happily in the background.
March 28th, 2020  
What a wonderful group of your precious menfolk. Isn't photography a joyful thing? I can't tell you how grateful I am to have images right now. Wonderful
March 28th, 2020  
What a great portrait of them. The background is perfect for this!
March 28th, 2020  
A lovely capture of your family
March 28th, 2020  
@casablanca Yes the photograph is a wonderful invention when we feel we want to be close to our far away families! Strange to think all here except a Harry lives as far away as they possibly can from us....easily accessible though, we can fly there quite quickly with no trekking across far away terrain...just expensive!
March 28th, 2020  
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