The Redemption Chronicles: Valentine’s Day

This is my personal vignette on Valentine’s Day.  On a day when the people who already have someone they love give each other gifts, it can often be a sad day for those who sit with a lonesome heart.  I’m not here to break your heart but to simply remind you that when it feels like your heart sits on a broken crack….there is often a blooming rose in the shadows.  Happy Valentine’s Day everyone.

Love,

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8 Responses to "The Redemption Chronicles: Valentine’s Day"

  1. how sweet….I always cry on this day….because I have cancers in the bones, the brain, the liver, the rectum, the colon,the lungs and was told I would only have 3 months to live and I’m still alive almost 3 years later.12/10/09 I was given a death date….today Ilive because of my belief in God almighty……

  2. Erin Pad says:

    Shawn,

    Wow. Your ability to see the silver lining is humbling. We can only wish continued courage, strength and love on your journey. Thank you for taking the time to post on my photo blog.

    We wish you the best,
    BTS Communications

    1. Daniel says:

      Shawn passed away last year on October the 7th. I googled her name because I miss her so much. She was a great friend and an outstanding human being.

  3. Brandon says:

    So Beautiful, The Crack or Crevasse is so symbolic I love it.. for me its important to share my experience that love, Gods love is everywhere.. And that my higher power and my family and friends inspire me to know that I don’t need Hallmark or Tiffany or FTD to express my love to someone special in my life. I think she knows when I stop at the store on my way home from work and run to Star Bucks to get her morning triple mocha and kiss her on the way to the office that valentines day is every day of the week.

  4. Erin Pad says:

    Brandon,
    I’m so glad that you could garner inspiration from my post. It is true that there is a certain love that is all around us and I’m glad you could see it in my photo. Thank you and stay posted for more.

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