This was supposed to be one of the best months of Michelle Jones' life: giving birth to her second son, her husband Gordon at her side.
Instead, she must prepare for the birth without her baby's father.
Gordon Jones, 28, was among the 11 who died when an oil rig exploded April 20 in the Gulf of Mexico. Nearly two weeks after the tragedy, relatives of the dead have held memorial services, sued rig operator BP-PLC and grappled with waves of grief as the catastrophe plays out on a worldwide stage - with barely a mention of their loved ones' names.
"It seems like people have forgotten," said Michelle Jones, who, at nine months pregnant, will give birth any day.
She and other victims' family members aren't casting blame; they understand the environmental impact is the reason why the spill has gotten so much attention and their loved ones, so little.