Sunday, January 26, 2014

Dream a little dream of me


Friday's outfit was inspired by a look in Victoria's Secret website:











Sweater, Top, Jeans - Forever 21
Scarf - Kika Paprika
Booties - Steve Madden
Purse - Thread Show

FRIDAY:
It was a sad day of missing my dad so my husband couldn't stand my depressed face and offered to take my daughter to school so I could go see Dad at his house. He had already stopped somewhat responding. After my daughter came we played there a little but then I had to leave to pick up my son then take him to his swim practice and afterwards we went to his school for family movie night. But knowing things were progressing with Dad I left my husband with the kids and came straight to my Dad's and have been at his house since then. My mom has been bringing me clothes and stuff from my house. My Dad is in a come state now fading away physically right in front of our eyes. There is so much emotion to bear from one moment to the next. We stay and do nothing all day with my cousin and Aunt and don't even know how the hours pass. Tonight finally had to log in to order my little girl's birthday present and figured I should post this last outfit I wore….




5 comments:

  1. Praying for strength for your family. Sending love and prayers across the oceans.

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  2. Sorry Daphne, I can't even imagine what you are going through. All I can compare it to is having the overnight "shift" with my Grandpa when he was in the ICU his final days. I cherish that time I had with him. My thoughts are with you and your family. Jenna

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  3. So sorry Daphne...

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  4. i know it's tough to lose a loved one - you are so close to your dad, too. although we weren't as close, we experienced this with my daughter's grandpa. he was 6ft tall with a good build, and when we went to see him on him final days, he was so tiny and skinny, i didn't even recognize him. hang in there...

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  5. This is a terribly hard time for you and your family. You have my deepest sympathy.

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