Wednesday, May 28, 2008

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday - Wallflowers


Please keep my friend Robbin, from Cedar Chest of Dreams, in your thoughts and prayers. Her family is grieving the tragic loss of Robbin's oldest son.

photo by Aisling, May 28, 2008 1) orange wallflowers in the butterfly garden, from a wildflower seedpacket mix

7 comments:

Chellie said...

I am definitely thinking of Robbin!

Karla Neese said...

What unique flowers!

I'll be praying for Robbin and her family.

Aisling said...

Chellie, I knew you would be. I wish we could do more to help.

Karla, Thank you for adding your prayers too.

hugs,
Aisling

linda said...

I am so sorry to hear of your friend Robbin's tragic loss....she will be in my prayers...

Aisling said...

Linda, Thank you so much. I know they can use all the prayers that are offered.
hugs,
Aisling

Robbin with 2 B's! said...

Aisling, I've just ventured out a little on the computer today for the first time and I love you. The day that you posted this was the day of his memorial service and no wonder I felt you standing there beside me. He would have loved that Walflower, standing there so proud and beautiful.
I chose a big bouquet of wildflowers for his flowers for the service, I wish you could have seen them, they were as free and uncontained as he was. I wanted them to look like someone went out to their garden and picked them and stuck them in a vase and that is what they looked liked.
Thank you so much for your prayers and thoughts, and your readers too. You will never know how much it means to me.

Aisling said...

Robbin,

I'm glad you could feel my love and support across the miles. I wish I could have do more, but I will continue to think of you and pray for your healing... body and soul.

The wildflower bouquet sounds like a perfect choice to honor your son.

hugs,
Aisling