283: Coming homePosted: July 3, 2011 Filed under: 365 Life in the Bogs Challenge, Adventures in Life, Air, Earth, family, goals, home, hot air balloons, life, nature, Photography, Spirit, Summer, travel | Tags: hot air balloons, Photography, postaday2011, sunset 18 Comments
I should be arriving home today. We said goodbye to my mother-in-law (Jane) this weekend. If I arrive home before this scheduled post goes out, I’ll fill in a few more details. I couldn’t post about where I was going due to some family issues. At this point the issues are either resolved in some way or didn’t happen.
Thank you for keeping up with me while I was away. I’ll be back with my usual outdoor commitment posts tomorrow.
Nice hot air balloon pic 🙂
Cool balloon pic!
I am struck by the symbolism in your photos Robin.
May you feel free to have the time and space you need to process your family’s loss.
Thank you, Kel. I can always count on you to find the undercurrents (symbolism) in my photos and come up with just the right blessing.
I’d like to echo Kel’s beautiful comment: if you need to take some time for yourself and your family, know that your blog community will understand!
i too would like to echo the comment of Kel and also Dana above. Take all the time you need. We will be waiting for you.
Gorgeous colors, light, and vignetting in the image of the hot air balloon.
You and M hang in there…… and plug into the supports around you.
Beautiful hot air balloon picture.
My heart is goes out to you, Robin! And the photo of the nest is so, so perfect! Hang in there, my friend!
Ah..I’m sorry Robin. Beautiful photo as always. Hugs to you and your family.
Sorry for your loss… I hope you and your family have plenty of fond memories…
Thank you, Brian. There are plenty of those, along with a few good reminders that a little friction in a relationship can become a fond and/or funny memory if one allows time to temper it. 🙂
Thank you so much everyone. I appreciate your thoughts, hugs, and wishes.
The photos are beautiful… again my sympathies to all… ;-(
Thank you, Elizabeth. 🙂
I especially like the photo of the robin’s nest. Wishing you peace.
Thank you, Teresita.