Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Pairs ~ The Circle of Life

Sharing a pair, with Helena, for the last time this year.

























We lost a beloved family member, back in February.....

























.....and welcomed this handsome little chap into the fold three days ago.

I've enjoyed looking at all the pairs of photos throughout 2015, despite being a somewhat sporadic joiner inner myself. Thank you Helena, for providing us with the idea and a place to share.



















14 comments:

Jo said...

Lovely photos showing the perfect circle of life x

helena said...

a lovely pair and thank you for joining me with lovely pairs during the year

Maggie said...

The circle of life is indeed both sad and joyful. Not quite a Christmas Day baby then. He looks gorgeous.

Patio Postcards said...

Wonderful Pairs. I do like your circle of life tribute. A birth is certainly a joyful moment. I think, from my experience that it takes a year of all the firsts without that special someone before any healing can begin. I am wishing you a wonderful 2016.

alexa said...

Both sad, and happy ...a lovely pairing, and with a breath of hope :).

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Thank you for all your lovely comments and support this year Fiona....oh, and the copious amounts of lemon drizzle cake!! ;-). Sending you love, hugs and best wishes for a wonderful 2016,
LLJ xxxxx

Karen said...

Lovely photos, and a wonderful way to remember how the circle of life continues on and on.

Louise H said...

A touching tribute and a promising future. Have a wonderful 2016.

debs14 said...

What a lovely pairing, and how well it shows that for every sad moment in life there will be a happy one. Enjoy that latest addition to the family!

Sian said...

A really lovely pair. It's times like this I'm always grateful for a place to share and "leave a mark"..good, isn't it?

marshaleith said...

a lovely pair...and such a sweet baby

My not so simple life said...

Beautiful photos Fiona

Miriam said...

Oh! The Circle of Life is so precious and one we were able to think about this Christmas. Happy New Year to you Fiona.

Maria Ontiveros said...

What a poignant pair!
Rinda