In Loving Memory

teddy holding bouquet of flowers with bright striped background, yellow bow and ribbon and yellow glitter dots
i made this card for my son, who passed away two years ago today and it just feels natural to me to continue to make cards to honour him, especially because he always encouraged me along my creative pursuits. besides, so much has changed since that horrific day that my card making is probably the only thing that feels natural; everything else just feels out of whack – maybe it always will.  i miss him and think of him daily, but with my birthday last saturday and father’s day tomorrow, it’s been an overwhelming week. teddy is watercoloured and i added flower soft to the flower centres and for the grass.  i’m submitting this card to the flower soft floral challenge.

thanks for popping by. i always appreciate everyone’s comments, but depending on what kind of day i’m having, i sometimes don’t get around to commenting as often as i should.

7 thoughts on “In Loving Memory

  1. This is a beautiful card Linda, and such a loving tribute to your son. I’ve never experienced the loss of a child so I can only guess at how sad that must be. Please know that you are in my heart and my thoughts. I’m wrapping you in a big hug and sending you lots of love.

  2. Oh Linda. My heart goes out to you. What a beautiful tribute to your son. It’s a beauiful card -and Wild Rose Studio as I know. I’m so sorry for you loss , I can’t imagine. Many hugs and prayers to you my friend.

    debzi333 aka Deborah F

  3. So glad you have something that helps you along during the dark times, Linda. Two years may sound like a long time, but it prolly feels like yesterday to you and your family.
    While you find comfort in stamping, we love your creations – thanks for sharing them and happy belated Birthday to you!

  4. Hi Linda,
    Thinking about you at this difficult time….keeping you in my prayers. Can’t believe it has been 2 yrs already. I don’t think the ‘hurt’ ever goes away but we can cherish our wonderful memories.

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