Sunday, June 27, 2021

Daddies Rescue Children

 

Daddies sometimes do the most incredible things for their children. 

Military daddy

Tic Toc along



Dave Eubank

Daddies all over the world hold a love for their own children that no one can define. To give all you have to save a child, knowing that this is God's will and His gift to you is to be brave and feel compassion for a stranger, a sweet little girl who has lost all.




28 comments:

  1. Love this. My dad once rescued me from a herd of stampeding reindeer, believe it or not. So my Hero, my Dad, miss you.

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  2. The last video is not available in my country.

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  3. That last video is an old one. I think Charlie Rose has been gone a while.
    I'm surprised Dave didn't try and bring the girl back to the states. She would have a better chance to survive.

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    1. The last hope was that the local mayor and wife would adopt her.

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  4. Thank you for posting these. A great Dad does what he has to do.

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  5. Muy cierto bello pensamiento geniales videos. Te mando un beso

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  6. The only time I ever danced with my dad was once around the floor at my wedding, then my brand new husband took over. He did trade his "go to work bike" for a girls bicycle for me when I was ten or eleven though.

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  7. My dad was super special, I just wish I had told him. Good entry good videos, THANKS
    Sherry & jack working in the yard.

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    1. Same here. What are you planting in your garden?

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  8. Wonderful videos. I miss my Dad everyday. He died in 1976. He was such a great man!

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  9. nice videos dear Susan

    i am thankful that my father tried hard to support his family during unfriendly circumstances throughout his life .i love and miss him
    blessings!

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  10. Hello from Idaho, hope your doing well. Stop in from "Law of Gravity"
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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    1. I would love some coffee today, right now.

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  11. Thanks for the wonderful videos. My dad was always there for me, and cheered me on when I finally made my first school play. Happy 4th, Susan!

    Julie

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!