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(2/2)”But love isn’t only about the good times, it’s about sharing the bad. This year, I delivered a still born baby and we were completely shattered. Even though my husband was equally heartbroken, he put me above himself and did everything to make me feel better. If I didn’t want to talk, he would let me be and just be around, but we also had deep discussions about what happened and grieved together. We decided that we were still parents to a beautiful boy, even though he wasn’t with us still. We named him Yuvaan, keep us in our thoughts forever and gracefully let it go. As time passed, my husband pushed me to resume working and I listened to him. Finally, that chapter was done as I resumed work…and looking back, my husband was my biggest strength. Even our parents recognised the strength we shared, and stood by us. I know now, that love is so much more than the anniversaries, flowers and good times — it’s about how you lift each other up, when you’re down and out. It’s about the quieter moments, the times when it’s just you and him during a difficult time, and you realise that together you're enough.”
On a misty day like today, most probably prefer to just stay indoors with a blanket and a hot beverage, but lucky for us, @jethansen goes exploring outside on days like this and he captured this #mistymoment by #Røsnæs Lighthouse beautifully 💡 . @jethansen, thanks for letting us share your photo from @sjaellandsvestkyst 🙏 . #visitdenmark #denmark #westzealand #røsnæsfyr #lighthouse #coast #coastline #beach #autumn #outdoors #misty #gloomysunday #vestsjælland #nature #sea #blues #blue #earthcolors #hygge #gooutside #exploredenmark #outdoorhygge #fog #foggy #mist
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Sunset over West Virginia's Blackwater Falls State Park. Photo by @tmorris_photo via #OurWild.
Sunrise over wetlands at Blackwater Falls State Park in West Virginia. Blackwater Falls State Park is named for the falls of the Blackwater River whose amber-colored waters plunge five stories then twist and tumble through an eight-mile long gorge. The "black" water is a result of tannic acid from fallen hemlock and red spruce needles. The falls are one of the most photographed sites in West Virginia. Photo by Kent Mason #westvirginia #wetlands  #protectpreserve #nature
From @georgethesausage: “The cuteness overload just killed me.. 😍😍”