Captions post

before-128

before going North on 128

north-shore-lunch

North Shore lunch

poppy-in-center

Thinking about goodbyes

poppy-pinned

Something sweet, fun, and satisfying

tornado-watch

South on 128 during tornado watch

train-tracks

I wish I could be paid for all the time I spend waiting for doctors

unpicking

Tried a red dog like Patricia’s – it didn’t work; trying windows like Jude’s – we’ll see . . .

jack-and-quilt

Spending lots of time with Jack

10 thoughts on “Captions post

  1. Sweetpea

    Admitting .. up front … I am so very biased. There is no color, no sky, no cloth, no stitch, no windows, no explanations of why or wherefore-art-thous, nor anything else that might matter more than these innocent beings who are COMPLETELY dependent upon us for their quality of life.

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    1. deedeemallon Post author

      Agreed. The color and act of stitching the poppy is a way to sit in grief, really.

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  2. deedeemallon Post author

    Nancy – I am tempted to leave the threads of the red dog there, just so, undone but not completely…

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    1. deedeemallon Post author

      It is almost like calling forth his leaving the material plane. At the very least, it very much represents that.

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  3. saskia

    oh Dee, I think about you and Jack lots these days, these animals we come to love…tough, rough, painful

    yes to leaving the red thread remains

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  4. handstories

    oh, Jack.
    love the poppy.
    once heard about someone who deducted their own hourly rate from the doctor’s bill for the minutes in the waiting room.

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