The Ramblings of a Former Caregiver
I like this collage. Are you organizing all your pictures or were the already organized? Either way, I'm impressed.
We threw some together for the Memorial Service and I am just putting some of them on here in a collage form. I would like to get the video on here that we showed during the service with all the pictures.
I would love to see that!
I hope to put a link to it up soon. I cannot post it here because of the music rights. Which I think is DUMB, but I don't want to get into any copyright problems.
Nice collage of pictures, Paula! Your sons are tall!betty
Yes they are Betty...one is 6'2" and the other is 6'6"!
I just lost a message for you by not hitting the right button (I have a lot of difficulty with my google account for some reason. What I said was that I feel as if I grieve with you. Of course I still have Bo but I am going down that same long yet short road. A friend told me that "one half of every relationships ends in sadness" and that stayed with me. Is it better to be the one who leaves without grieving or the spouse who remains behind to grieve? I send you a very big hug. Know that I appreciate your comments. Nancy
I totally understand where you are Nancy....I went down that same road for 3 years. It is very hard. My thoughts are with you
Wonderful collage, thanks for sharing.
Thank you Wendy. I love sharing
Paula - I love that you are posting these. I am enjoying seeing Richard as more than his illness. He looks so distinguished and capable in these photos. Many good memories and stories in these.And PS You look like a hottie in your prime :-)
LOL....a hottie! That will make my grandkids howl with laughter. Richard was distinguished. And a gentleman. And the love of my life.
I love to hear what you might think. Leave me a comment. I guarantee though that I will delete your comment if you are just here to cause trouble. So tread lightly!