Wednesday, March 31, 2010

in limbo

My creation


1. stretch, 2. 100 yards., 3. essimar_paper_8, 4. wooden buttons detail, 5. sixteen eighty two, 6. Untitled, 7. in limbo, 8. Cherry-keh, 9. OUTSIDE THE FENCE


It seems to me today that the world is in limbo.

I'm watching the snow fall softly on my parents trees.

Is it spring? Is it winter?

I'm wondering when Henry will come home.

I'm wondering when our family will go home.

Together.

10 comments:

Ilena said...

The waiting is the hard part for me as well. With my son I am learning that I am not a patient person. Somehow I think I will learn this thing called patience as I help him journey through the hearing world.

Jillary said...

I've been in your shoes: NICU every day, twice a day, for 25 days. But you will make it, and it will be worth it. Just hang in there and enjoy Henry's baby sweetness.

A. HOLLAND. ETC. said...

you are so beautiful!

Sharon said...

mmmm...I've been praying for encouragement to be whispered to your soul...

Jessa said...

I can't imagine. Hang in there Mama!

Laura said...

so ya know, while you feel like you are stuck in limbo, your words carried me over to a brighter side

I linked you, baby...

Emilee said...

Just heard the story last night at dinner! Amazing, crazy, and beautiful. Also, I am currently unemployed and can help with the kids if you get in a bind. Not kidding Former nanny right here!

Jericho said...

What a beautiful post from the pictures to the phrases! Thanks for being real--its amazing!

melissa said...

Wow, he is beautiful. He does look so very wise and beautiful. Yes, I know I said that already. Good luck with everything. What a lovely blog you have. I am always happier when I read.

Anonymous said...

Congrats on tiny blessing. That's amazing! You life just got turned upsidedown. Someone sure makes some adorable hats for the little guy. Love, Velyn