Eternally in My Heart

Eternally in My Heart
Lord, grant Charles eternal rest in Your loving arms.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Shadow Shot Sunday 2: Husband's Marker


showing gratitude
for my own special vet'ran
with flowers and flag

All flags, large and small ones at grave site
are furnished by a volunteer group
at Elm Ridge Cemetery 
where my husband is buried.

sharing with
hosted this week
by 
Gemma Wiseman

9 comments:

Kelly said...

We should all show our gratitude. Thank you for sharing these meaningful shots.

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Gone too soon...I am grateful for the service your husband gave to our country. May you find peace and joy this weekend and in all the days to come!

GB said...

You must be sad but proud Norma.

Joyful said...

Your husband gave the ultimate sacrifice. It is fitting he should be remembered along with all the other veterans who do the same. Blessings. xx

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

A fitting, sobering, heartrending tribute, Nonnie...

Fly and Shadows

Caren Gittleman said...

((((hugs))) and love

Lea said...

Dear Nonnie, This post touches me deeply. Someone asked me this weekend if with time it gets easier... I replied, not easier, but I am more able to live and cope with such a great loss and live with the grief. And I have to say... there is more space in my heart for love...

Norma Ruttan said...

One thing I read in the early weeks after Charles died, a quote I liked said, "One does not get over someone's death, but you learn to carry on with life." I like your image of having more space in your heart for love because I think that is true. I have had two great-granddaughters born since he died. Bless you, dear Lea.

Carver said...

Touching post and photographs.