Friday, 2 December 2011

Weekend Reflections, Thought for the day,

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...






























It was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair...

Weekend Reflections was started on 27 September 2009, by James. You can join this meme at some time during the weekend. Just post your photo and go to James to tell him that you are on, or click on the logo in the sidebar.This meme is created for any type of reflection.

My babies were born in May 1967, July 1970 and June 1972. My husband died in the winter of despair in 1999.

14 comments:

Elisabeth said...

Your lovely babies Will? Linked to the seasons. Lovely.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Beautiful pictures, lovely words and at last I have managed to feed your disc into my computer and looked at the lovely photographs - thank you so much for cheering me up today Wil.

I do love your new header.

Sylvia K said...

Lovely captures for the day and such beautiful babies, Wil! Love your new header! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Reader Wil said...

My babies were born in 1967,1970,and 1972
My husband died in 1999.

Kim, USA said...

You touch my heart today with your post. Awesome reflection!

Weekend Reflection

RuneE said...

No wonder you reflect. One never gets quite gets over both positive and negative occurrences. But the first compensates for the second.

Leslie: said...

My husband died in 1992 - it's been a long time in some respects and yesterday in others.

George said...

These are nice collages and wonderful reflections. My son was born in March, 1967.

Cloudia said...

My heart reaches out to yours as a sister. bless you, Wil



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Marie said...

I am so sorry you lost your husband in 1999, Wil. Your babies are so sweet. Life is always filled with joys and with pain. I hope you are doing well and that you have a blessed Christmas.

Kay said...

Your babies are so beautiful, Wil and I know they still are. I am so sorry about your husband. What a painful time that had to have been. I hope memories can help to lift your spirits.

Ann said...

Is it common to use this kind of stone as a headstone?

Gattina said...

Our one year old grandson Toby celebrated Sinterklaas with his Dutch grandparents in Utrecht. We celebrate only Christmas, again in Amsterdam.

Dina said...

This is such a poignant post, Wil.