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59.Courtney Embry(non-registered)
I just wanted to say how beautiful and moving these pictures are. I lost my father 5 years ago to cancer. My parents were together for more than 40 years and my mom fought my dad's battle every step of the way. Please send my heartfelt condolences and also my gratitude to Jenna for her bravery and honesty in opening up her life during the most difficult of times.
58.Kitchen Set(non-registered)
its heart breaking also lovely to see your gallery
53.Mary House(non-registered)
My heart aches seeing this. It is so beautiful and yet so heart wrenching. Thank you for sharing
My wife was dx 6 weeks ago with a grade 2 ogliodendroglioma. She showed little signs beforehand and it presented itself with a seizure in her sleep. We are still gathering information and formulating a treatment strategy as everything is surrounded in risk. Reading others comments here I am thankful for the little time we have but am unnerved by how swiftly these people lost their loved ones.
Thank you for sharing and you are in my prayers. My husband had a seizure Feb. 12, 2015 and was diagnosed with an Oligodendroglioma brain tumor. He passed away 5 weeks later at the age of 55. He also had it in the right front brain and had subtle changes in behavior that I know are related in hind-sight. It is coming up on two years now, and it is amazing how strong you can be! Kids are a blessing. Take care. Thank you for the photo journey, it is beautiful to see.
50.Lucille Brown(non-registered)
Thank you for sharing this look into your world. Your pain is palpable but so is your courage. Your smiles are genuine. Your tears are gut-wrenching and real. Your baby is a treasure. Your strength is amazing, impressive and worth emulating, truly. Day by day, step by step. I lost my mother four years ago to cancer and every day it's a little bit less, still a lot but a little bit less. God Bless You and yours!
49.Stephanie B(non-registered)
I am speechless in the face of your bravery. You were robbed of what should have been a lifetime of the incredible love that you shared with Josh. I cannot even begin to imagine what your journey has been like, but this documentary will be an eternal reminder of a love that will be in your heart forever. Your daughter is a very lucky little girl. She has an amazing mother and a forever 'scrapbook' of a father who will forever watch over her. I hope that you and your daughter enjoy many years of memories shared and love that goes beyond measure.
A gut wrenching, heartbreaking story of love and loss and everything in between beautifully captured by the photographer...❤️❤️❤️❤️
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