A week can go by sooooo slowly sometimes, yet at other times it can fly.
This last week the time just flew by so quickly.
Michael and I had such a lovely week.
It was relatively quiet - which is what we chose it to be. Our time at this stage is so limited together but so full of quality - I guess one cannot ask for more.
My friend Ingrid who photographs my artwork is a most extraordinary photographer.
My experience in doing books for people on their life stories has revealed that we often only seem to take special photo's of our loved ones on special occasions. As I often document the lives of Holocaust Survivors, photo's of loved ones are rare. Sometimes they have just one torn and tattered photo that somehow survived with them.
It only takes one photo to keep a memory alive.
It has been a good reminder to document those times and people that are important to us.
Whether we like it or not our memories do fade.
So yesterday when the opportunity came, Ingrid, Michael and I went off to, off all places a heliport near Botany Bay. She told us it would be a perfect location to shoot some photo's as there were rusty doors and windows amidst graffiti in a disued area on the site. She took some beautiful photo's of us and I am so glad we did. I have only seen a few, so I thought I would share a couple with you.
They make me smile.
I am so glad we made the time to do it.
And thanks Christine for helping Michael to "seize the day", you know what I mean...
I am so blessed to have Michael in my life.
He is the gentle soul who has brought happiness back into my life in so many ways.