Sites I love .....

  • Bags of Love
    A wonderful place to order fantastic products using your own photography. Create beautiful memory and keepsakes - canvas prints, photo blankets, photo gifts and much more. Click on title to visit their website.
Blog powered by Typepad

« To make you laugh | Main | Like a flower slowly opening »

November 18, 2009


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


I do not know what happened in your relationship, but I truly agree better to have felt true love and a wise women once told me that the amount of pain is commensurate to the amount of love


You've made me cry. Wish I could be there for you. X


I'm so sorry you are going through a rough time, my thoughts are with you.

Kali @ Poppy Lane

You are very lucky to have known such love. And so right not to feel ashamed to express that fact.
I'm sorry for your loss.
xo, K.

French Knots

You are lucky, even if it is now painful. And everything he said in it is still true even if things have changed.Sending my hugs.x


It's impossible to feel love if we don't also experience the pain of lost love. At least that's what I've been told. And I don't think love ever truly goes away, even if circumstances change. You were lucky to have found a true love once, and more is on the way for you, wait and see....
I've got an award for your pretty site, hope you'll come by and accept it.
(Until now I'll admit I've been a lurker--)
Heidi - Heart and Home


I am so sorry you are going through such a tough time. I am glad you have chosen to continue to love...there are few things as important as loving others in this life.


oh emma
its so very hard sometimes, no wonder you lost your sparkle, look after your broken heart.
my thoughts are with you xxxx


emma, such a beautiful post. My heart aches for you. Missed you Wednesday.


I have not dropped by your blog for a while and was shocked at this post. I feel so very sad for you.


When we lose those we love sometimes the pain is very hard to stand. I have a silly little fridge magnet that my mother gave me when my first marriage did not make it. "Happiness is found in little things" That was 15 years ago. I still have it on my fridge, I still remind myself of that every day, that silly little fridge magnet has been my life saver through some very tough times. Wishing you a quiet space and warm thoughts.

The comments to this entry are closed.