Embracing the facial features that form our identity

When you lose a parent, your face can carry them with you.

An old photograph of the author’s parents, with a white line etching around her Dad to signify his passing.
An old photograph of the author’s parents, with a white line etching around her Dad to signify his passing.
My Mum and Dad
A photograph of the author as a child, climbing a slide. She has a bowl-cut hairstyle.
A photograph of the author as a child, climbing a slide. She has a bowl-cut hairstyle.
The author as a young girl (with a bowl cut)
The author held as a toddler by her father, while on a hike.
The author held as a toddler by her father, while on a hike.

Writer, freelance journo + the female Cameron Frye. Words in many places, especially the notes app. Commissions: lauren-entwistle at hotmail dot com

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