Sunday, 12 June 2011

I don't feel much like blogging these days..but maybe if I do it will help. Cancer has got a hold of my lovely Dad and it's breaking my heart. It's so hard to see someone you love suffering so much and knowing that he will be taken away from us. I lost my mother to cancer when I was 11 years old. I don't know if I can get through the next days, weeks, months and years. I'm just doing my best to get through each day.


Today my friend took me to Ulrome on the East Yorkshire coast to see some caravans and chalet's that she saw a couple of year's ago. You can see photographs of them here. We were shocked to find the sea had eroded the land and the dwellings had disappeared. I found these broken tiles at the edge of the cliff..I reminder about how temporary everything is in this life.



14 comments:

Lynda Howells said...

so sorry to hear about your dad...thinking about youxxblogging and friends will help l promisexxlynda

Lynda Howells said...

just gone to see your chalet images...stunning.x lynda

Lynda Howells said...

just gone to see your chalet images...stunning.x lynda

Poetic Artist said...

Yes things are only tempory
here on this earth. Yet we have eternity through our Lord. I am so sorry to here about your Dad. I know it is hard to watch someone we love to suffer. I lost my brother to cancer. You and your Dad are in my prayers.
Katelen

Maki said...

Gosh, I am sorry to hear about your dad and what you must be going through... (and so sorry for not being realised until now... I feel that I am rather ignorant personally as being a colleagues)
Hard enough to have just found out my mentoe's uncurable illness, I could only imagine how hard it can be for the loved one. Thinking of you, K. xm

Life of Cattoo said...

Nice photograph, is that your dad looking out the window to the sea :-) Sorry to hear this about your dad, I experienced this with my father in-law a few years ago.

Enjoy every moment you have with him xxx

e said...

What you are going through is very tough. I lost my mother to cancer as well as her dad. As someone once said, life is fleeting. Enjoy each day the two of you have remaining. I'm thinking of you and will check here for whatever you care to share.
Best to you and your dad.

grrl + dog said...

These things bring life into sharp contrast.

You really become aware
of every tiny thing.

Nothing to do but breathe in and out...

Parabolic Muse said...

love
love love love in this poignant human life...
holding onto sand, it's unexplicably hard. my thoughts are with you...

Seth said...

Wishing you, your dad, and your family the best during this period. My thoughts are with you.

Leslie Avon Miller said...

Wishing you a lot of love in this time of transition. I wish the best for your Dad, too.

lynne h said...

oh kate, i missed this post... i am wordless in the face of this. but know that i am sending love to you, sweet woman... xoxo

Sherry Smyth said...

Very poignant post...my thoughts are with you. It is times like this when we realize that life is much too short. xo

grrl + dog said...

My best friend has just done that journey for her mum.

She has just packed up the house and done the final things... It's a hard journey to follow on day after day..