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May 212012


I would like to apologize to my dedicated readers, that haven’t had a new post from me in a couple of days. If you have been following the site for a while you may have read that my Grandmother had a mild stroke and was in the hospital. Unfortunately, she has passed. As she did in life, she passed the way she wanted. Long story short, she recovered 100% only to pass in her home the same day she was released from the hospital. She just didn’t want to die in the hospital, very poetic.

I apologize to those of you that may not be comfortable with this type of photography. This is my tribute to my Grandmother. She was a strong woman, that always put her family first and was loved by many people. Rest in Peace!

I went back and forth about this post and whether or not to post it. I felt it may make some readers uncomfortable. Photography is used all over the world as a memory tool. Many of us are stimulated by visual images that trigger memories. We use photography to document a certain event or period in time, so we can look back and remember that event or time. In my tribute photo, for me it wasn’t about remembering the funeral or viewing but to pay homage to a full life that has passed.

So why share this?  I really want my reader’s to know that I’m a real person behind this computer screen, I have a family, and go though all the normal things that everyone else goes though, including losing someone they love. When you view my site, read the articles, leave comments, support the site, you are interacting with a real person. The main point I want to make is that I’m accessible. I answer all my own emails, I write these articles myself, and I want my readers to know that I’m dedicated to bringing the best content I can provide. So when I ask for feedback, I’m not just blowing smoke. If you want to see more of a certain subject, let me know. If I make a mistake on the site let me know. With your support and participation, this site can grow and be something great. Thanks for your Support!

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