Days with my Father

Okay, guys. You have to check out this amazing website: Days with my Father.  This blogger photographically captures what it’s like to care for an aging parent. In his case, his 98-year-old father has virtually no short term memory. So when his wife dies, even though he’s been to the funeral, he can’t remember it. So he has to break the news to his father over and over again…until he gets a better idea.

Go check it out. The photos are stunningly beautiful.

Thanks to Ashlee Allen at Mama’s Nest for tweeting the link.


About Kathleen

Kathleen Heuer is a serial arts advocate and volunteer. She is the mom of two beautiful girls, wife to a brilliant nuclear engineer, and referee between her golden retriever and her hissy 18-year-old cat. For more, go to
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3 Responses to Days with my Father

  1. mamasnest says:

    I wish EVERYONE could see that. Simply beautiful! Having recently lost my father, I can’t imagine having that documentation.

    Thanks for the credit/linkbacks!


  2. airingdirtylaundry says:

    tragically beautiful . . .beautifully tragic . . .

  3. Regan says:

    Ohhhhhh. Sweet, and sad.

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