Friday, July 27, 2012

Brothers

The boys have both been away working summer jobs at their college, but they'll be back in town tomorrow, and then we'll all be going on our grand adventure. I have missed them. I can tell how much just by how happy I'm becoming just at the thought of seeing them. The photos are from last summer. These two have been friends since babyhood, having been fortunate enough to be born next door to each other. They must have been twins in a past life, or an old married couple. They never run out of conversation and comfort and humor.
  




8 comments:

  1. Very handsome boys you have there. Love this!

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    1. Dear Miss A, i think in they world, they may be handsome boys, but at home the goofy hides the handsome. i suppose this is a good thing. LOL

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  2. The ease with which your family loves is a beautiful thing.

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    1. ellen, this family i was born into, it is one of the great blessings of my life. thank you for being here, friend.

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  3. They are gorgeous and even more so because of the beautiful friendship that they have nurtured for so long. There is so much value in that:)

    Thank you for holding my hand during this interesting part of the journey. I cannot even tell you how nice it feels to have someone who really "gets it". We will figure it all out because that is what we are supposed to do.

    Much love always, dear one.

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    1. Debra, i do get it. I get all the stuff we can't put on the blog too. This is perhaps the hardest transition of my entire life and I am trying to do it carefully. Thank you, dear one, for walking alongside me. Love, Angella

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  4. Gorgeous creatures. Where are you going on your GrandAdventure? I missed reading about it!
    xo

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    1. dear deirdre, we went to st lucia to spend one last week there with my mom, and then bid our time there together goodbye. she left yesterday morning before day to fly back to jamaica where she will live with my brother. after she left the house felt so much more vast, the memories we made there, that my children made there on their annual summer visits with her, rattling through all the rooms. you know the cliche, the end of an era? it was that. xo

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