Wednesday, December 8, 2010

This hits you hard!! My little bad days are nothing compared to this. Thank you God for showing me this and putting things into perspective. I couldn't imagine a loss like this.


Sobbing after seeing this!!
Wow!!

11 comments:

Janet - AKA: Latte Lady said...

Aren't God and His people so amazing?

Glad to meet you. I'm from the blog hop.

Following you now!

You can find me at:
www.homeward4.blogspot.com

Have a beautiful day!
Janet

Chelsea said...

Wow, that makes my "bad days" seem like a stroll in the park. I can't even imagine going through pain like that. So heartbreaking.

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Mo 'Betta said...

Thanks for visiting on Tuesday, I'm a little behind! (Nothing unusual!) Now following :)

Janet - AKA: Latte Lady said...

Ok, usually I leave my comment and then click on the "follow" button. (because of past experiences)

I can't find your follow button!!!

:) Janet

www.homeward4.blogspot.com

Wendy said...

Okay, I am in tears! This is soooooo sad. Yes, we really have nothing to complain about and so much to be thankful for. :(

Sarah said...

Reminds me to be thankful for the today, the gift wrapped in smudged fingerprints on my windows, spaghetti kisses on my cheeks, and giggles of glee.

Be blessed bunches,
Sarah

Sarah said...

Delighted to meet you today. Hope you don't mind if I splash around a bit to get to know you. This looks like a delightful place to dip my toes in blogland lake.

Splashin,
Sarah

Jamie said...

What a beautiful and innocent life, and an equally beautiful song. Thanks for sharing. Following you back, thanks for stopping by! ~Jamie

http://www.SaysJamie.com

Facing50Blog.com said...

Hello from a wintry UK. I'm not sure how I've arrived at your blog but here I am. What a poignant post and a lovely blog.I have signed up to be your latest follower.
Please drop by and maybe follow me if you wish.
Warmest regards
Carol from www.facing50withhumour.blogspot.com

Shawn Becker said...

Thanks for posting, that was beautiful. My daughter had cancer when she was 9 years old and that brought back so many memories. Our family was blessed to be one of the fortunate ones and she is now a beautiful, strong woman with a twelve year old daughter.

Melissa-this-is-real said...

wow that made me cry it was so tuching! <3 that just mad all my problems look like a lil pice of paper that kid had nothging but smiles! love it hun!