This broke my mother's heart as well as ours and now there is no time as he is in a coma and his 3 children under the age of 11 will lose there wonderful father and a wife will lose a kind loving husband.
I guess the lesson for me was learning to live in the moment! I am so guilty of living for what's to come and so busy sometimes that my days fly by and I took no time to really look at the day, my family or the beauty that surrounds me. I am going to start to try to stop and appreciate, be more grateful and try to stop wanting more when I have all I need. It's going to be a challenge for sure but I am willing to give it a try as I have learned from a wonderful person that will be sadly missed, that time is of the essence.
Enjoy my little stream of consciousness as I have found images that make me smile and allow me to take in the moment, and I promise I will be back to my usual blog posts by the end of the week.
|529,600 minutes how do you measure a year in your life!|
|Love of English and Irish countryside.|
|My favorite flower ever the hydrangea.|
|Yes, any type of bird makes me smile.|
|I am happy when I paint.|
|I love to dance and although my kids I am too old and silly I sneak in a few moves now and then.|
|Lake Placid love.|
|My 18 year old actually wanted to spend Spring break with us in London, that you must relish!|
|A difficult task to get all three gals together for a photo, I will force them to do this more often!|
|Bermuda love- our 20th anniversary spent with our children!|
|Again a feat to have them pose in Bermuda.|
|One of my favorite images of my daughter 2 years before the mighty towers were gone.|
|My favorite goofy photo of all of us.. this one they will not be happy that I posted!|
A very wise quote from my daughter Brooke's favorite play- Wicked!
Thank you for letting me share a moment.