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Sunday, April 5, 2009


As reflective as I am on a general basis, it's no wonder that when I was staging these shots of my son, Brice, I kept reflecting on the wonderful quality my life has obtained since becoming a mother.

I feel so fortunate to have someone in my life who can offer different perspectives on things and who can share his individuality. I am in awe of the person he has become and the fortunate fact that I have been allowed to be there for every changing, shaping moment, offering the teaching and wisdom, and sometimes the necessary hard-handedness, that goes into guiding one's child.

I have recently begun to take stock of the fabulous things in my life, and am so thankful for all that I have. I now realize all of the bad things a person has to go through, are not really "bad" at all, but rather twists and turns on a path we are destined for, and changes that get us there.

My thanks are many and my life forever changed for this blessed being in my life.


Pam said...

I feel the same way - my kids are only 6 & 3 but they have changed me for the better. I feel like the luckiest mom in the world.

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Thank you for dropping in and commenting today, I enjoyed your tale of traffic in the Bay area. I often used to think the same myself when I could see a queue for miles ahead!

You have a lovely looking son there and this photo is great.

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