Sunday, 11 May 2014

Pink Memories

I tend to add  pink in my accesories rather than 
full on pink.

Pink for me evokes strong memories of my 
daughter, India, who passed away in 2001
of a brain tumour.

India loved wearing all things pink,
the brighter the better.

India was known as the Pink Princess,
a title she fully embraced from tiara
to pink tutu and anything pink in between.

On this Mothers Day I am wearing
my pinks for India and 
surrounding myself with
wonderful pink memories.

Sharing my pinks with all
the other pink lovelies at



  1. This is very beautiful. I love pink and the pattern is very pretty. Hope you had a great mothers day. PS I love finding other bloggers from Australia.

  2. Thank you Imogen, you are indeed a pink girl. I too love finding other Australian bloggers.

  3. Wonderful ensemble.
    Thank you soooooooooooooo much for being part of Share-in-Style.
    Love and sunshine ALWAYS

  4. Thank you Sacramento, enjoyed all the other girls with their pinks.

  5. That is so heartwarming, immensely special. I'm truly sorry for your loss and admire you beyond words for having the strength to not only still celebrate this day, but to use it as a way to honour the memory of your darling daughter.

    ♥ Jessica

  6. Thank you for your kind words, Jessica. I know India would have dearly loved your wonderful Chronically Vintage. X

  7. You talk of your dear daughter with a special grace and tenderness...and I feel to have no words in front of such a loss...
    wearing a colour that she loved is a very sweet way to feel close to are wonderful ! And she surely was too...
    A hug!

  8. Thank you Dan for your sweet words, I am very touched. x

  9. Sweet memories, and I'm glad you told us of your lovely daughter. I'm so sorry she's gone from you. Nothing has been harder for you, I'm sure. My mother passed from a brain tumor, but had a long life. Sending you cyber hugs, if you like them, Jilly!
    Pink can be problematic anyway. Washes me out if it's too pale. Best in accessories, I agree.

  10. Cyber hugs always welcome, Jan. I am sorry about your mother, brain tumours affect more families than is ever realised. So true about the pink always tricky on its own for most of us.
    As always , many thanks for your kind words.