Edited

Night after day, day after night.
White after black, black after white.
Fight after peace, peace after fight.
Life after death, death after life
Lyrics from Opposites by Eric Clapton

I wrote a post about a wonderful outing with my daughter this week, and where I ended up sending her a close-up image of my nipple, and where, within several seconds she edited the image, and showed me what she had done.

“See, the ball looks like a drop of water.”

I smiled, and in that moment realized that we have set a giant step, a step back to a mother-daughter relationship where we can share a bit more of intimate details with each other – something I hadn’t thought would ever happen again.

The image below is not the one she edited, but it’s close to what she had done that day…

A close-up of my nipple and a piercing
Never before had I shared a image like this with my daughter…

© Rebel’s Notes

The September Song Project

14 thoughts on “Edited

  1. A lovely closeup that feels like a deep memory combining a close moment with your daughter and this life giving part of your body, perhaps with a droplet of milk on it. Enhanced by the nostalgic sepia, just so beautiful. So very much the essence of a mother.

    1. To be honest, it was at her request. I only told her about it, and then she wanted to see an image and asked me to send it to her. I would never just have sent it to her 🙂

  2. Your relationship sounds amazing and I would be delighted, too, if I were you. This image is gorgeous and if its not a strange thing to say, you have beautiful nipples 🙂

  3. I thought it was teardrop, pearl or a water droplet at first. This really is a work of art, and I’m so heartened that you can do this with your daughter, that indeed is a precious pearl xx

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