The feelings one can have when he has lost his/her beloved one are incomparable.
There are people who express their feelings by composing a song, and others can react differently. One man’s way of honoring his dead wife is getting popular. Read the full story to know why.
Rafael Del Col, a blogger in Brazil, lost Tatiane “Tati” Valques, his wife who was expectant in 2011, in an accident. On top of losing his wife and the unborn baby, he has the responsibility of raising Raisa as a widower, his one year-old daughter.
When he opened a blog, the first thing he did was to write that his wife had died of a car accident. The reason why he decided to open the blog was to seek help of how to cope with an early widowhood and nurturing a kid alone.
After some years, he made his mind to pay tribute to his beloved wife in another unique way. He has gone ahead to restructure the photos of him and his wife during the pre-wedding.
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Six years ago, young wife and mother Tati died in a tragic car accident.
She and her husband, Rafael, shot a series of photos before their November 2009 wedding.
In November of 2014, Rafael recreated the photos — this time with his young daughter, Raisa, in place of her mother.
Rafael tried to keep the photos as authentic as possible.
“The necklace worn by Raisa is the same Mom wore five years ago,” he wrote.
“She’s also wearing the same high heels.”
“Our dog, Raul, is the same as well. I bought this dog for Tati in the beginning of our relationship.”
“I hope you do not see this project as sad,” he wrote.
“We still live this pain, the longing, but we are well, we are happy.”
“Now, thank God, things are adjusting slowly, my daughter is healthy, and is growing and developing normally”
“Besides the responsibility of taking care of my princess, I need to deal with feelings of grief, the loss of my partner, with whom I lived for 10 wonderful years.”
“God has been taking very special care of us, guiding us, showing us what to do.”
Rafael also made a video of the photo shoot and says: “I confess I cried a lot when I watched and I could not watch only once.”
Check out the video below, and keep in mind, “the music in the clip is a tribute to Raisa. She sings it often.”
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