Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Special Exposure ~ Wordless Wednesday...



The two year anniversary of this day is coming upon us pretty quick. I guess that explains the weight in my chest and the constant knot in the pit of my stomach.

One day, maybe, just maybe, I will get over it. But I for now I remember it like it was yesterday.

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16 comments:

Ann said...

I can't even imagine. He truly is a miracle boy. Praying healing over time.

Nancy Brown said...

You never get over seeing your baby walk to the brink of death. NEVER. You never forget. No matter what you never forget@

Happy WW and special exposure.

Prayers...

tara @ kidz said...

I can't imagine ever completely getting over something like that. What a precious boy.

Joelle said...

May time bring further peace. To each new day one less bad memory. :) Happy WW!

Pamela said...

makes a grandmother close her eyes and whisper to God

Joe and Leanna said...

I also remember like it was yesterday!!

It is hard to get such a traumatic time where it is not etched in our brains.

They have come a long way!

Amazing Gracie said...

This is my first visit and I am overwhelmed. What a great spirit you have! Many blessings to you and yours...

tiff said...

If that were my memory, I would never forget. Thank you for sharing him.

therextras said...

Can you look forward to the anniversary of when the pictured episode was over?
Barbara

Susie said...

Just a heartbreaking photo!

Tiff said...

He's such a beautiful boy!What an Angel you have been blessed with.

Izzy 'N Emmy said...

I am sure it pains you to look back on this time, but I am glad you have the photos. It shows you all of the progress you have made and what a beautiful little boy Rhett has grown into. Thanks for sharing.

Amanda said...

I cannot even imagine how to get through something that traumatic,
In Peace.

Ally in Wonderland said...

He looks just like an angel.

Cami/Larry/&Austin said...

I didnt know you had a blog Rhett is so big what a cutie. I hope things are going good.
Cami and Austin.

Kim said...

It is never easy seeing our children like this. My middle daughter spent time in the NICU and I was shocked the first time I saw her hooked up to those machines. I could barely see her for all the tubes and wires. Thank God for all the wonderful doctors!

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