Love and Loss

Emerson said that death is often the kindest way to lose a person. This applies very much to my feelings about family members who are still alive and who have yet to become accountable, available emotionally, or on our side at all in a supportive and protective way. This Father’s Day, it was all about my husband. He has never met his father, so the day is a loaded one for both of us, and yet we MADE it about us in the now. The picture of me above smelling lilies from my hubs is a great visual for the healing that takes place when we move forward, remaking certain days and events as our own and thus reclaiming them. He is a wonderful, emotionally in tune and available force in our children’s lives, so we celebrate that. I picked him! We celebrate that. And we are giving our children the legacy of love we never had ourselves as children. We celebrate that. I hope everyone was able to get through the day and hopefully, celebrate some small miracle.

Love and Loss

bellamama

Cary, United States

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