Saturday, June 22, 2013

the grotto on solstice

the grotto on solstice was so verdant, and clearly celebrated the longest day of the year. with love and honor i lit nathaniel's candle. with love and honor i lit a candle for precious babies gone too soon.



















































13 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh this is beautiful! Thank you xoxo

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  2. Thank you so much Suzanne. Thank you for remembering and honouring Eva too.

    Remembering Nathaniel with you.

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  3. Suzanne, this is beautiful. Thank you for remembering Alexander. My heart is so very touched.

    Loving and remembering your Nathaniel. Xox

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  4. Oh, my heart. You've helped to heal a piece of it once again, sweet friend! <3. I miss them all so much.

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  5. This is so beautiful. Thank you so much!!

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  6. Also, seeing all of their names together like this on tags, I can almost imagine them together, little ones all in a play group or something. I still haven't figured out what I believe in terms of any kind of after life, but this it is a comfort to me to imagine them together.

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  7. Thank you Suzanne. That is so beautiful. I would love to visit this place. And I was going to say the same as Florine, above. I can imagine them all together, running through that green place, hiding behind trees and under leaves, giggling while we look for them and call their names.

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  8. Thank you. This makes me so happy, that she's remembered. It makes me so sad, I miss her so. But, as Florine said, I love thinking of them all together. Just as I find comfort in having found you and the other lost moms online, I like to think that they've all found each other. So much love.

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  9. Thank you so much that is just so beautiful, :) tear xo

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  10. Tears Suzanne. This is so beautiful. Thank you. Sending love, and remembering Nathaniel with you always. <3

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  11. Suzanne - I know I'm late in responding, please don't take that as ingratitude. This is breathtakingly beautiful; just stunning. Thank you for finding such a serene place and thank you very much for including my little A. I concur with the mommas above, I immediately envisioned the whole herd of kiddos running amok, squealing, giggling, playing. Oh how I miss all of these precious children. I do hope that in some capacity they are together. That thought warms my heart.

    Thank you for always remembering A.

    I hope you survived Nathaniel's 2nd birthday. He'd be his very own person now. Speaking his mind, insisting on doing things himself. Thinking of you and Nathaniel.

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  12. Thank you so much Suzanne. I don't know how I missed this post - since the end of Google Reader I am useless at keeping up and just thought I would visit here tonight to see if you had posted anything recently as I was thinking of you and Nathaniel earlier today.

    What beautiful photographs. Thank you so very much xo

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