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Roses in the Snow

Roses in the Snow is a compelling piece by Lee Stroncek. I stumbled upon it in a magazine one day and was so drawn to it, I searched the web until I located it.

What makes it compelling? There is an immediate connection for anyone who has suffered a loss.

Whether honoring a loved one during the holidays or a remembering an early spring birthday, the act of trudging through knee deep snow to place a bouquet at the monument knowing the blooms won’t survive the night is a simple expression of enduring love.

Pictures don't need to say a thousand words if they evoke one strong emotion. I hope I accomplish just that with my opening scene in Lakeside Lodge. If I do, you can thank Lee Stroncek for the inspiration.

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