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I took a month off of writing here. There are many reasons why I stopped writing, the main reason is that I just didn’t know what to write and honestly I really didn’t want to. My heart was breaking for a family that is close to my heart and the last thing I wanted to do was log on and post a recipe or photos of our rather normal week spent as a family. How could I when I was thinking of how NOT normal their family life had become in the blink of an eye, how could I not put myself in their shoes?- the emotions are never ending.
I am working on a post highlighting this amazing family, the struggles that they are facing, and the many ways that you can help to support them if you desire – so please stay tuned!
Today I am going to catch up on my Mamatography project. Simply going though the photos has caused me to reflect with a broken heart on the emotions that our dear friends are dealing with and the long healing journey that they are on. I usually post a photo a day but this post will be a bit different, I am going to give highlights of weeks 10 -13 of 2014, here they are….
Days 64-70: March 4 – 10, 2014
Days 71-77: March 11 – 18, 2014
We witnessed an amazing performance by the Peking Acrobat’s on a homeschool field trip with friends. I guess I didn’t have my phone because I didn’t have a pic ( it was an amazing show!) but here are a few of our favorite friends that we joined on the outing, Lily & her oldest sister Gracie.
Days 78-84: March 19 – 25, 2014
I knew that my friend was taking her daughter Lily to the lab for blood work and sent her a ‘good luck’ text in the morning. The texts that I received throughout the day were heartbreaking. Lily, her amazing 4-year-old daughter, had been diagnosed with leukemia. I couldn’t breathe and I could only imagine how this equally amazing mama was feeling. Team Lily Kate was formed to help and support this family on their long healing journey.
Days 85-91: March 25 – 31, 2014
I looked out my kitchen window and was stunned when I saw this growing amongst the weeds.
An orange (the ribbon color for leukemia) Lily. She has to , she WILL beat this and I will do all that I can to be there for this family.
To see all of my Mamatography posts please click here.