Monday, March 21, 2011

Half an album completed


It turned out to be quite a good day yesterday
I did get a bit emotional but it helped that there were other people around
There are so many gorgeous photos of the wedding
My photography skills are not the best, but I hope you can see a little of what I completed
It did help me feel closer to her
Today Iam working in the garden
Just taking a little break
Iam spreading woodchips
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12 comments:

Sherry said...

What a wonderful thing your doing or Jim Lorraine would be so proud of it also.

Roseanne said...

Those photo are so lovely you and jim have got lots of memories

Fiona said...

It is looking lovely Illene.

Hugs - Fee X

Maria said...

The Alubum is looking lovely. What beautiful photos for Jim to keep.

teresa said...

The album looks beautiful Illene.. such gorgeous photos. This is a wonderful memory and Lorraine would just LOVE it xx

Vickie said...

wow Illene the album is looking fantastic -the phoitos are great-well done.I'm glad you felt a closeness in the project,cheers Vickie

Simone de Klerk said...

The album looks so pretty! Such a beautiful happy bride.
I'm glad your day turned out good.
It must be nice to work in the garden and find your peace there!

Terry said...

Well done Illene! It looks wonderful! Enjoy your time in the garden! :0)

Loralynn said...

How lovely! It does help to have others around, doesn't it.

Jeni said...

What a lovely job you have done.....
first time to your blog ....and i just cant stop crying.....
i will be back

Jules said...

Having wondered how you were and visited you blog several times in the last few weeks ( You are very much in mind) I was delighted to see that I had not one but three postings to catch up on! So mainly my comments are with the third one down but just wanted to add how lovely the album is looking. Well done Illene, it must have been a hard yet beautiful thing to do for the man Lorraine loved as her husband. We all grief differently and sometimes it is more difficult for men to express their feelings. You will be able to share with Jim too, so the legacy of love Lorraine left can only grow. Love hurts, but it brings smiles too, of great gentleness and warmth.
Enjoy your gardening. xxx

Sandra Henderson said...

What a wonderful treasure.... Such a personal, special gift! So, so thoughtful! Great job and what a beautiful bride.