For the Love of What I’ll Never Have

Fabulous prose!

Maybe someone should write that down...

The most beautiful face in the world is the one I can only recognize across time The most beautiful face in the world is the one I can only recognize across time

Today’s work is about what we have lost.  It’s a wish list of sorts, or maybe put another way, its a love letter to the ones we probably can’t have.  I don’t use real names in my posts to protect family privacy etc.  This photo is of my Grandmother a few generations back who immigrated from a small country in the Balkans. I refer to her in my blog posts as Grandma Urbanski.  I gave her this name because she lived and worked in the city (thus the Urban part of the name) and the” ski “just makes sense with the other surnames in the area.

I count her as one of my Lost because unfortunately, there is almost nothing of her left behind. Oh, I will never give up searching for…

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2 thoughts on “For the Love of What I’ll Never Have

  1. Mary, thanks for the reblog! What a nice surprise. Maybe someday I’ll be fortunate enough to travel back to her home town in Slovenia and see some more familiar faces 🙂
    Best to you!
    Kassie aka “Mom”

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