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a photo a day I hope..
Our new baby. He fell out of his nest last week and while I had made up my mind not to interfere with nature, it was hard to watch him baking in the hot sun and getting dehydrated. David brought him into the house and we fed him all rainy weekend and now he's getting so strong and perky it's great. We put him outside all day under the tree in a terrarium with the lid off so his mum can still come and feed him, but all she does is sit there and scold me. We'll see what happens.
This is one of those moments that stick in your mind. I guess, being a photographer, some of my moments are preserved. My mom had asked me to bring some of my portfolio to the nursing home to show my dad. He was a professional photographer when I was growing up and is the reason I do what I do today. The Alzheimer disease had already sucked all the life out of him, along with any memories. He didn't know who any of us were. I felt stupid giving him the photos to look at. He studied this one for a while and then closed his eyes. I don't know what I was trying to do anyway, since he couldn't speak, and I don't know where this story is going.. I just stumbled across the photo while cleaning up.