|Race Point Life Saving Stn. Cape Cod. Breeches Buoy apparatus.|
Depression comes very quickly, easily and frequently. I wish contentment came just as easily, quickly and frequently. Then... maybe... life would be a bit more bearable.
|A photo that I took last fall. I think I'll do another this fall on a different kind of leaf.|
|One of my favourites from a photographer on DeviantArt, ~engravedwithMusic. She's even from Canada!|
|I found this in Pinterest. How true. I never thought I could be strong enough to go through a natural birth knowing that my son was already dead just two weeks before he was due. I also didn't think I would be able to deal with living without him. But I'm still here. trying one day at a time.|
|"There is no tragedy in life like the death of a cild. things never get back to the way they were." - President Eisenhower|
This is a part of a signature dedicated to Kai that I letterpress printed for an anthology.
|Kai's name on the beach made from gathered sea shells and sea weed.|
Sunny Isles, Florida.
|Kai's big sister writing his name in the sand at Turtle Beach.|
|She had to write his name so many times because they kept getting washed away before she could finish and have a photo taken! This one finally worked!|
|Cape Cod Oct. 2010.|
|My friend made a delicious carrot cake for Kai's Birth Day. She even remembered to put two candles on top!|
|Our daughter helped me blow out Kai's two candles.|
|My husband lighting candles outside.|
Our friends helped us remember Kai by being with us and placing candles around his tree in our yard.
|I placed it in the snow around Kai's tree.|
|Our daughter, Kai's big sister and her candle.|
|Kai's big sister placing her candle around her brother's tree.|
|Our friends also placed their candles around Kai's tree.|
|SO pretty in the snow. We left them out in the dark for several hours while it snowed. There were still four candles burning when we put them out at 4am! The rest were buried in snow!|
|Part of our gathering of friends who think it's a good thing to remember Kai's Birth Day!|
I love them!! I think Kai must love them, too. I like to believe he sent the snow as a reminder of himself. He was born during a snowstorm!
|Fallen icicles on Allen St.|