Posted by: Admin | October 30, 2010

Nothing I can say

Dear friends, sometimes something happens that is so horrible, the show can’t – indeed, perhaps shouldn’t – go on. My husband lost a relative today in circumstances that have left us feeling numb. So there is no post today save to say this: hug your loved ones, stop for a moment and cherish those close to you. I will be spending this evening quietly instead of frantically. Life can be so, so fragile.

RIP Ricky.

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  1. So sorry for your lost, sometimes words are said in a truly caring way and with feeling but the pain and at first the unbelieving that you wont see your loved one is undiscribable. My spelling isn’t too good. I came on to ask if you would consider me for the 50 year olds photo session. I didn’t celebrate my 50th as on my birthday of 13th July 2010 was the day my darling sister and the rest of my family had to bury her beauitful 17 year old son who had been killed in a car accident. my sisters and I have been blessed with daughters and he was our only blessed son.

  2. I’m so sorry . I send you both my love. xx

  3. Anything I could say would be futile, I can’t stop the hurt but I do feel your pain.
    Big hugs for you all xx

  4. Thank you all.
    Kim – So sorry to hear of your loss. Send me an email telling me a bit more about yourself and I’ll be in touch:
    jo@project-50.net


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