Wordless Wednesday with LINKY: The Good Things In Life.

I had already put together my Wordless Wednesday post last night. I had adorable photos from my weekend of my Mother’s Day breakfast in bed, my little lady’s super cute ponytail that I can’t get enough of, and shots of her loving the new Smart-Trike that we got to review.

I am still sharing those photos here, but they are no longer the focus of today’s post.

Today, in light of the tragic and senseless ending to the search for Tim Bosma, I want to simply share a photo of my family in honour of him. The majority of my family is from the Burlington & Hamilton area and I know this has rocked their community.

I didn’t know Tim Bosma or his family, but I do know he leaves behind a young wife and a 2 year old little girl. I can’t imagine what they are going through today. I can’t imagine if something happened to my husband, leaving me at home with our 2 year old little girl.

My thoughts and prayers are with them today as I remember, once again, to cherish the good things in life.


  1. says

    It really is a tragic ending. If nothing else, it serves as a grim reminder that you truly never know what can happen and to cherish those we hold dear with every moment.
    You have a beautiful little girl! :)

  2. says

    I don’t even want to imagine my life without David. My heart goes out to his family!

    Thank you for linking up with me at A Room for Two with a View. I always enjoy your posts.


  3. says

    I cried a lot today when I heard they had found him. It seems, to me, that this man killed him for a thrill. I can’t imagine what or how the mother is going to tell her daughter when she asks “where is daddy?”. Her heartfelt and emotional plea she made last week keeps running through my head. “It’s just a truck. You don’t need him, but I do and so does his daughter”. I could never imagine that heartbreak. Give Lilly lots of hugs.

  4. says

    Wow, I hadn’t even heard about this until you shared it. That is so incredibly tragic, and SO SENSELESS!! Thank you for sharing a beautiful family photo…what a perfect way to honor this man.

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