Thursday photo prompt: Veiled #writephoto

This week’s prompt ~ Veiled

For visually challenged writers, the image shows a green horizon, beyond which the mist veils a hill topped with strange rock formations.

Morning veiled by death

She picked up her baggage and

At last she’s at peace.

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This is part of Sue Vincent’s Thursday Photo . A Haiku for MIL.

31 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ritu
    Jun 04, 2020 @ 14:52:38

    Huge hugs, Sis ❀

    Reply

  2. Dr. Crystal Grimes
    Jun 04, 2020 @ 15:43:01

    I am sorry for your loss. You’ve written a fitting haiku.

    Reply

  3. pensitivity101
    Jun 04, 2020 @ 17:32:20

    OMG……… I didn’t know.

    Reply

  4. Sue Vincent
    Jun 04, 2020 @ 17:35:44

    Hugs, Willow xx

    Reply

  5. Sadje
    Jun 04, 2020 @ 18:39:11

    I feel loss and sadness here. Hugs.

    Reply

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  7. Betty Hayes Albright
    Jun 09, 2020 @ 19:19:07

    Willow, I’m so sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and your family. ❀ Sending a hug….❀🌹πŸ₯€

    Reply

  8. Marje @ Kyrosmagica
    Jun 13, 2020 @ 05:36:41

    So sorry to hear Willow. Forgive me for not finding this earlier. Sending love and hugs to you and your family. x

    Reply

  9. darsword
    Jun 15, 2020 @ 05:37:38

    Oh, I woke this morning saying a prayer for you. I didn’t know why I hadn’t seen you and I was still half asleep When I finally got on the computer I looked around to see if I could find you. I am so sorry it took me so long to see –and actually read this post. I’m so sorry about your mother-in-law. You have been through so much. I hope you and your family are holding up, Hugs.

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    • willowdot21
      Jun 16, 2020 @ 05:33:07

      Dear kind friend, I am so touched by your beautiful words. Today is the day of the funeral. Sadly in these pandemic it times we can only have 10 mourners present. We plan to celebrate MIL’s life next year maybe on what would of been her 101st Birthday. Unfortunately I am only just out of hospital, Released yesterday evening.
      Round about the time of MIL’s death long term symptoms over took me and long story short Tuesday 9th I was taken by ambulance to E.D and I had to be admitted to hospital I had to have a nasty procedure, that sadly did not go to plan and was done twice. I was in for five days having had a cholecystectomy bag fitted, was home Saturday evening only to have to go back in Sunday due to bleeding into bag. Thankfully I am home again now with this cholecystectomy bag to be my companion for six to eight weeks . I am seeing the Dr at the hospital in 11 days time to have things checked out and to set a date to have my gall bladder removed. Sorry didn’t say I have a nasty distended gall bladder full of bile and stones and one huge one blocking the neck of the gall bladder. I did ask why they could not of just removed it ( gall bladder) but they said it was too dangerous the state it was in and the op was be dangerous to and could cause more damage to me. So here I am at the start of another journey. Poor hubby not only coping with the loss of his mum but me too! He has done all the organisation of today’s funeral thank goodness our boys will be there to support him he won’t get any from his brother or sister.
      I shall blog when I feel a tad better. I feel I should explain why I am not blogging at the moment. The friends we make here on wordpress are so dear to us and as you have proved care about us. Sending you and your family all my love, I pray you are all well and stay that way. Hospital is not a good place to be in these pandemic days, they are scary places the threat of Covid19 ever present and all types of social distancing and hygiene in place. Not a place to go. Sending you love. πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

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      • darsword
        Jun 18, 2020 @ 06:07:46

        Oh, my goodness, you have been through a lot! Gall bladders! That little organ is why I am vegetarian today. So many attacks when my children were babies so I gave up pork and gradually all meat and oils. I still had to have some in my diet but I know there are stones and doctors never decided to do anything about it. From all my family members who have had theirs removed, it is a much better life. I’m so sorry you have this extra bit of the bag you have to carry. That has to be horrid. I do hope that bit is over soon and you can have the surgery and be back in the pink again.

        I hope your husband and sons are holding it together in love. I’m so sorry about your mother-in-law. And the health issues on top of the sadness has got to be the worst. And yes, going to a medical building for anything is so scary!

        My husband had to go to the doctor’s today as he has cataract surgery coming up. And he had to get the tire fixed on the car. So many places to be in public. He is careful with masks, gloves and the distancing but still…

        Anyway, I meant to answer you yesterday, but my computer was acting weird. My husband is going to do all the utilities and try and get this to work better.

        Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Take care of yourself.

        Sending love back. πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ€—πŸ™

      • willowdot21
        Jun 18, 2020 @ 07:13:04

        Thank you for your lovely reply it has lifted me this morning. I am glad your husband is careful out in public so many don’t seem to care and think they are invincible. Sadly no one is. With rules ever changing all we can do
        is our best and be sensible.
        The funeral was Tuesday I wrote about in my #WDIIA sadly I could not go. The boys all came to see me after and we sat in the garden all socially distancing with hubby hopping round getting them food.
        I really have to thank you for your kind earlier comment on this post, it spurred me into writing an explanation of why I had been silent so long. I am not sure if I am up to blogging fully yet but at least I am reading posts now, though the amount in my inbox was too daunting and I just had to bin days worth and just start anew. I hate doing that but it was too stressful!
        This bag, I hate it , I can’t hide it, it hangs by my legs I can’t hide it so it’s just there. I have to empty it twice a day, it makes you feel vunerable. The upside is it’s only for two months. I hope the operation to remove the gall bladder will be soon after its removal because the mighty beast stone is still there ….. and goodness knows how many others.
        I hope your husband gets his cataracts done soon I hear you get amazing results. I also hope he gets the internet fixed for you soon.
        For now stay safe and blessed 🌹🌹🌹

      • darsword
        Jun 19, 2020 @ 16:52:52

        When our mutual blogging friend, Joey, stopped blogging, I worried. When you disappeared from my view I saw that maybe if we just stop by with a ‘hi’ to our blogs we can check in to lessen the worries and spread the love. I think blogging is how we share our hearts and souls and lives. We go into our friends hearts, souls, and lives a little. We are vulnerable in a way we might not have the chance to be in real life. So… I hope you pop in, as you’re able, Soul sister. By the way, in a couple months, hubby will go for first eye surgery. But, yeah, hospitals are scarier now. And the trip to the VA is painful for us oldsters. I hope you are feeling better every day. πŸ€—πŸ’œ

      • willowdot21
        Jun 19, 2020 @ 21:05:50

        Dear Dars, you’re right we grow close, we share often more than we would with the people in our lives.
        I do try to stop by and make sure quiet friends are okay it reassures us dosen’t it.
        I hope your husband’s eye surgery will go well and you both stay safe. I am doing my best to get there. Take care πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

      • darsword
        Jun 21, 2020 @ 18:54:40

        πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ™πŸ€—

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