Oh this made me cry! Even though I haven't lost a child, I so resonate with many parts of this. You guys are brave, so brave. I don't know that I have found that courage yet, but you inspire me. Be blessed, surprised, and happy through your new adventure!
Such a beautiful post, Josh. Much love and good luck to you guys as you head East. xo
This quote came to me today in an e-mail and I thought of you."There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in which you yourself have altered."—Nelson Mandela
I'm sorry to see you go, Josh. But I wish you so well. You've been helpful to me: reading the perspective of a father, particularly of a father here in LA.We lost our son 3 months ago, two days before his due date. And I can't help but hate the city that I once loved so broadly, the city where he was conceived and died. So your quote here (as many quotes) really resonated with me: "I wondered if this city would be ruined for me too. " I'm still wondering if LA is ruined for me...Be well.
Wishing you well, always. I will think of your entire family often, and look forward to reading your blog. xoxo
just wanted to give my christmastime regards to your family,and a special thought, just for margot.margot, you are loved! merry christmas beautiful little girl!
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