Monday, May 14, 2012
I recently found out that one of our good friends, Randall Gilbert, passed away last night. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts go out to his family. Here are a few thoughts that came to mind....Live each day to the fullest. Say "I love you" to those you care about. Treat others with kindness and respect. You never know, it may be the last time you get that opportunity. God calls us home on His time and we never know when that might be. Make every moment count. I am so thankful for those who have come across my path through the years. I love you all and I am so grateful to have you as family and friends. Thank you for making each day brighter!
I am very grateful for my mother! The things she has taught me will be with me always. I am more than blessed to be a mother. I have such wonderful children and I love them so much! Each one of them has a different personality, different likes and dislikes, different talents and abilities which make our family well rounded. Thank you for the love and appreciation that you showed me yesterday. Thank you mom for showing me what it means to be a mother.
None of us are immune from trial and adversity in our lives. God allows each of us-no matter our skin color, our religion, our marital status, or our age-to experience difficult things in life. Fortunately he puts people in our lives to support us and help us get through those difficult times. Daisy has always done things on her own, but she now realizes that she doesn't have to go through life alone. She relies on new-found friendships to help her face this new experience in her life. She gains new insight to her past and finds hope in her new future. This is a great read and Josie Kilpack has a writing style that you'll thoroughly enjoy!
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