For my long time readers, there are only two more days of this class. I hope my daily posting of pictures hasn’t bored you.
Today’s assignment is:
Today, show us an edge — a straight line, a narrow ridge, a precipice.
Today’s Tip: To make sure your edge packs a punch, use a photo editing tool to check the alignment and adjust the image, if needed, so that your edge is perfectly straight.
My photos for this assignment aren’t very cheery. They are where my brain is tonight. They include straight lines.
It’s late Tuesday night and I’ve been fighting a migraine since early February. I’m tired. Grief is harder when I’m tired.
I’m missing my son tonight. Maybe more so because I got to see two of our daughters weekend before last and our other daughter and oldest son on Easter. It’s great to spend time with them, but it also reminds me that one is missing. He will always be missing.
The crosses are in the positions where the five were sitting. The driver is the top left. Andrew is the top right. The truck hit him directly. He was killed instantly. Blunt force trauma.
While We’re Waiting is a support group for bereaved parents. They are building a retreat center. We were able to write a tribute to our children on the studs of the building. This is for Andrew. It’s in the kitchen. The library will be named for him. And the utility room will be called The Bat Cave in his memory. He loved Batman.