Natsumi Hayashi lives in Tokyo with her cats and makes levitating self-portraits (and portraits of cats not levitating) and posts them on her blog. I've been following her for a while and since I didn't know she had a Facebook page (or she didn't use to have one before), I'd been checking on the blog "manually" every once in a while. Thus, I saw the post pictured above for the first time just recently.
Something about it made me think. When we express our sentiments about something or someone we lose, we're used to expressions like "will be missed", "will be remembered"... How often do we look back at the good times with the lost with appreciation? Honestly, when I was reading Natsumi's post, I just really didn't expect that "thank you". So much so, that I've just devoted a whole blog post to it. Thank you, Guru the cat.