And Then There Was None

I thought I would share our tribute from last night, which was October 15, also now known to me as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day. 

  
We have had these beautiful rose petal candles for awhile now. I knew I wanted to use them in some way to represent our losses and/or babies. 

Rather than lighting at 7 p.m. like many did around the world, I lit close to midnight.  I had no idea how hard it would be to light them.  Forget lighting being hard, blowing them out was by far the hardest part.  

I had my husband blow out the last candle, in the center, baby blue for our sweet Isaiah.  

  
I was thinking of all of you out there last night who lit candles too.  

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