Monthly Archives: January 2014

where hope grows

I must rebuild hope. I can’t live without it.  Without hope a soul withers and dies. So where does hope come from when we can’t see it, feel it? Hope comes from the promises of God. I can have hope … Continue reading

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another birthday another first

3 to wish him a happy birthday instead of 4. Undone with sadness… 1 worshipping his Heavenly Father on his earthly father’s day.  Undone with gratefulness… And so the dichotomy of this grief journey continues…two competing emotions at war, constantly … Continue reading

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what time is left

The below post was written by Ann Voskamp, author of “One Thousand Gifts” which happens to make my top 5 list for life changers.  It is a must read!  I have read it twice and plan on reading it once … Continue reading

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his first breaths of heaven’s air

I read these words on a blog this morning.  They were written by a daughter who just lost her mother days ago.  I was so touched by the vision they created for me of Grant’s homecoming last May 5th, that … Continue reading

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longer with than without

It occurred to me today that I get to be with Grant longer than I will ever be without him! And I cannot wait for my VIP tour as only he could give, when I arrive at the gates of … Continue reading

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draw near

8 months.  It’s been a little over 8 months since I saw him, talked with him, hugged him; 8 months since I have seen that silly “oh, mom” grin.  It feels like forever ago, and yet the pain still stings … Continue reading

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house or home

Hebrews11:13-16 All these people were still living by faith when they died. They did not receive the things promised; they only saw them and welcomed them from a distance, admitting that they were foreigners and strangers on earth. People who … Continue reading

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