Tuesday, March 18, 2008

miss you girl



Trying to walk through this season. Arms missing holding you. I had the best time being a mom to you. I know I always told you that too. Best job I ever had.

So many times to carry you just like this, still can feel the weight of you. You loved to be small, even as a full grown woman.

You were so unique and special Sarah. I loved your thoughts and your ideas. I loved talking about all the things we talked about. Sometimes we would be pretty passionate, but always loved listening to each other.

I miss you this Easter week dear girl. I miss making chocolate, easter baskets, dinner--going to church, thankful for time together. Loved coloring eggs every year of your life once you could do it. We loved holidays. I will miss it this year. God will help. I pray the Father hold you and kiss you for me tonight.

3 comments:

Greg said...

I am a New York Times bestselling author working on a new book about mother-daughter relationships and thought you might want to contribute. Please visit my page for details about submitting stories for Mom's Little Angel.

Gregory E. Lang
Author of “Daddy’s Little Girl,” “Why a Daughter Needs a Dad,” “Why a Daughter Needs a Mom” and more.

christine said...

I checked out your blog and don't see the info about submitting stories--so please let me know about this as Sarah's story itself and her death is powerful and will be written.
thanks, Chris

Kim said...

Hi Christine,
Kim Wise here, I have reading your blogs and they are so touching, I can so relate to alot of what you write, I agree, grief work is quite a workout. We cannot do it without our heavenly fathet. I heard a song the other day on WCRF by a group called Selah, I thought immediately of your daughter,I am going to pick up the CD for you, it talks about being in the waters and our God being there for us, I saw Sarah in my mind being rescued by Him, I remember my younger son praying for Daniel when he was very sick, he didn't pray for healing, he prayed that God would rescue him. and He did. Thank God he never leaves us or forsakes us.
Take good care, In Him alone
Kim Wise