Macro Monday | Week 43

Hi everyone, thank you for your kind words and warm wishes from last week’s Macro Monday. My uncle passed away from liver cancer last Saturday. He was my mom’s younger brother and only 52 years old. We were able to make it in time to visit with him the night before he passed. I gave him a matted print of my recent Tahoe photo and he was able to hold it up by himself and told me how pretty it was. Although he is in a better place now where he knows no pain, we will still miss him dearly. ❤


Macro Monday 43


  1. Beautiful hydrangeas to celebrate your uncle’s beautiful spirit. I am so, so sorry for your loss, but thankful that your uncle is no longer in pain. Sending prayers and best wishes to you and your family in this sad and difficult time.

  2. Patty it’s nice you made it to see him and was able to pass him your bit of happiness. My prayers to your uncle and your family at this sad moment. More hugs from me to you! xx

  3. Greetings Patty
    A sparrow in flight on a dark lonely night
    At daybreak a light shines vivid and bright
    Follow me and you will see a better place for you and me. CLW 2014

    He is in no pain Patty; my heartfelt thoughts are with you and your family at this time. XO Cheryl

  4. So sorry to hear about your Uncle, Patty. I’m glad you all got to see him before he passed. The most important thing is to know that you are loved…God bless, wishing you and your family the best.

  5. Hi Patty, I’m so sorry and sad to hear about your uncle…So glad you were able to see him before he passed and give him that special present and have a special moment with him. Praying for peace and comfort for you and your family…

  6. I’m so sorry for your loss, Patty…but so happy for you that you were able to spend some time with your uncle prior to his passing. The loss of a loved one is so difficult, yet especially hard when a life is cut so short. I hope your family is now adjusting to your loss, and able to focus on the happy memories he provided in your lives. ❤

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