Photogrief : Eleanor Haley/
This essay is a part of WYG's PhotoGrief project. The goal of the PhotoGrief project is to create a space where people can explore and express their grief through pictures. Learn more about the project here.
by Wendy Ward
These double rainbows appeared for me yesterday, they warmed my soul and made me smile.
One for my husband Jim who didn't lose his battle, but simply ran out of time fighting esophageal cancer on Dec 9, 2015. He was only 50 and we had been married 21 years.
And one for my very first best-friend and step-sister, Bobbee, who went to be with God last Thursday night. She was 46 years old and was taken too soon in a freak accident with her boyfriend Ray.
I try finding comfort in the thought that they'll eternally be together.
God Bless them and everyone seeking comfort.
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