"Just go with the flow, it's a part of life" was something that came to become Seth's motto. Seth was an avid backpacker, became an Eagle Scout and truly lived life to the fullest. When we heard that he had been diagnosed with cancer soon after his 16th birthday, he didn't let that slow him down one bit! He kept on doing the things that he loved; camping, fishing, hunting, and most of all being around his friends and family. Throughout everything that happened Seth was always there with his little smile and calm voice. Wearing his signature cowboy hat and boots, he truly touched everyone he met. Every chance he got, he told his story. Told people about how he was truly the blessed one, being able to make so many friends, touch so many lives and have so many new experiences. He was only 18 when he passed away, an age where most people are just beginning to start their lives. At his funeral he asked his grandfather to give an alter call. His biggest goal in life was to share his faith with his friends and family, and used every opportunity possible to tell his friends how blessed he was. Close to 30 of his friends came forward and were saved that day, and that was truly Seth's legacy.
As I read Brittany's words and saw Seth's pictures I felt that I really wanted to create something that showcased his "frequency" and how his presence still echoes in everyone that he met, and how now those people all shine a little brighter after having known him. Here's the bowl that I made in his honor...