A young life, fully engaged in developing and growing, does not follow the same path as death.
Still . . .
It happened to the children of my dear valued colleague Tsjeardke.
She has 2 children together with Ramo, a son Kaan and Fadim, a daughter.
And last February these kids were unexpectedly quickly confronted with the death of their father.
Tjeardke, or Missy T., as I sometimes call her, had already said goodbye to Ramo, they were unable to follow their path of life in the same way. Of course the children also had to get used to this situation, as a child you prefer to see your parents together.
But with the sudden death, the loss of a father suddenly became abrupt.
I went condolences, not out of politeness, but because every fiber in my body felt I "had to".
There I met a nice gathering of family, friends and colleagues.
Tsjeardke was clearly happy that we were there and, as I know her, she did not hesitate to submit the request to me to make a beautiful commemorative ornament for the youth.
She liked to see Ramo's hair incorporated in this.
3 pendants, for Kaan and Fadim and also 1 for Sait, the eldest son of Ramo.