Post # 1
I saw this article and it made me cry at work. They are stunning photos, you must click to understand. Makes me appreciate my husband and life more. Must count our blessings every day as we never know what could happen..
Post # 3
@octoberbaby: I saw this yesterday. Just gorgeous.
Post # 4
I saw this yesterday too. I cried. This stuff breaks my heart.
Post # 5
@arsing89: Even though I read through it a couple times, near the end I always end up tearing up. I can’t even imagine. Their daughter looks just like the mom too..
Post # 7
Also saw it yesterday. So sweet. <3
Post # 8
@octoberbaby: Oh god, bawling at my desk over here. So, so sweet.
Post # 9
I cried like a baby. So sad, and so sweet. The little girl looks so much like her mother.
Post # 10
I can’t handle the feels from this…
I saw it yesterday and about broke down. I know if something happened to me that my husband would be an amazing single dad… but just the thought. Or vise versa, losing my husband so young.
I just can’t.
He’s so brave for speaking out about it, and in such an artistic way.
Post # 11
@lolita39: The wife’s sister has a blog and she wrote a long one about her sister passing. I got through the first couple lines before I had tears on my keyboard and decided hmmm maybe not at work..
Post # 12
So adorable! I had tears in my eyes reading that!
Post # 13
I was crying too when I saw it but mine were happy. I love that he was able to create in pictures what he may or may not be able to say & that his daughter will always have those. They show the love that he has both for his wife & his daughter and its overwhelming.
Someone in my family decided to video record my mom in the last few weeks of her life before passing & I put the video in to show my brother one day when he was old enough (with the rest of our family around). It wasnt labeled other than my moms name. It ended up being the hours between her slipping into a coma & actually passing away. Honestly it was heartbreaking to watch and while I understand they wanted to provide memories for me & my brother (who was 5.5 weeks old when our mom passed), it is still something I cant watch 20 years later. We never did find the video tape of her actually somewhat lucid and telling us everything she wanted to say but now my lil’ brothers only real memory of our mom is seeing everyone say goodbye to her. I’d rather have just told him who she was & have to the best of my ability.
Anyways it brings up a very valid concern of mine; if I find out I am going to die I am going to make sure everyone knows how I feel & leave tapes for everyone but make sure that they get them because you never know what will happen..