I’m sorry to bring another ordinary moment off the back of sad news. But with yet more tragic news this week, it’s with a heavy heart that I realise just how lucky I am to still have my my fabulous husband and gorgeous little girl when I wake up in the mornings.
My post last week was about changing things, but it’s not enough to just change things. I need to cherish and realise what I have doesn’t come with a lifetime guarantee. I’m lucky for each and every day I get with my little family and I need to remember this more.
I’m thankful for this link up from Katie at Mummy Daddy Me for getting me into the habit of documenting our ordinary moments. It’s a step recognising them and being able to cherishing them in future times.
The world is truly a cruel place, filled with sadness at times. It’s sad that it takes great tragedy to make you take stock of how lucky you are, but I now really know and I will never forget it.
This post is dedicated to someone I was lucky enough to grow up with. At 32, he leaves behind a gorgeous wife and 3 year old son. Taken too soon and well loved by all whose life he touched.