In april 2012, thought Sharon Geirnaert that she would give birth to a healthy daughter. When Nina came into this world with an open diaphragm, collapsed her world. It was immediately clear that Nina not long survive. A day after her birth, she came to life. In the cemetery at Peter Benoitlaan in Deinze, placed the parents of Nina, a transparent gravestone with a pink butterfly made of acrylic glass. “It's the only thing we have left of our daughter,” says Sharon.
In August last summer it was the resting place of Nina for the first time, damaged. “The butterfly was broken,” recalls Sharon. “That is made of thick plexiglass, so someone needs to really power put. And if the butterfly, for example, by a lawn mower hit, by April, then they would have something to let you know. We have the broken half of the butterfly recovered and could so recover.”looking for witnesses
Last week was the butterfly again damaged. This time it was the broken half harder to find. Sharon posted on facebook a call to testify and did her story. A few facebook users knew that on the other side of the cemetary wall, the sports grounds of the Saint-Vincentiusschool lie and after a short search was the broken piece found. “Now, we can the butterfly restore again”, sigh, Sharon.