My Sweet Man
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My beloved...standeth behind our wall, he looketh forth at the windows, showing himself through the lattice...
Song of Solomon:2-9
This was strictly a grab shot...I had my camera set to take a picture of a bird when my husband's face appeared in the window..He was about to clean off the bird feeder...and I got his face close up, instead of the bird...but how appropriate...He loves birds and he knows the names of so many of them...
I think the best half of our loved one is the brain and that is why I chose to show his head. If we don't have a brain to think, what good is the rest of our body? The body deteriorates when we age but if we don't use the brain, we lose it...I admire my husband for his intelligence and believe me, he is a whole lot smarter than I am.
In 2002 my father had a stroke and my husband and I got trained in to take care of him for 6 months after Dad was released from rehab. The stroke destroyed part of my father's brain...Dorsey showed so much strength during this tough time...He emptied Dad's catheter daily among other chores that some might walk away from. Dad, passed away in Dec. 2003 without realizing just how much my husband did for him, but I will never forget the tender care
Dorsey, gave my father and that is what a true man is all about...
We were married 40 years ago on Dec. 27, 1969 and we still love each other after all these years...
Also by Andrea Petersen
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