I'm sure Nikki is with you, and I'm sorry she is not with you here on earth. I found your blog via Susan Branch. It's lovely. :-) It's interesting that I landed here where you have your beautiful daughters photo. I will be 40 on January 28th and I've been thinking about my life, rather the second half of my life. How important it is to make it count because not everyone gets that chance. I've been a late bloomer for most of my life and I feel like I'm embarking on that second life. I don't know why I'm saying all this, but your lovely post to your daughter touched me. I'm going to bring some flowers in from my garden today and think of you and think of Nikki, and know that we are all part of this world and we should all make everyday count.
HelloI trust your doing well, or hope it to be so. I big hug to you dear heart. I feel I am coming up for air it has been so very long that I have hibernated awaiting a new spring in my life. It was a time of rest and healing. May you know the joy of loving and being loved each moment of each and every day.
Huggs to you Mary Rose....praying all is well with you and your family....blessings
I came across this tender sentiment to your beloved daughter. I just can't find the words to say how much it touched my heart. My best friend just lost her teenage son and I see her loss and pain. I was just looking for Christmas stocking ideas on Pinterest and came to you. So glad I did. Best Wishes, Kristi
Hi Mary Rose, I am so sorry for your loss. I was hoping you could email me at about a question I have regarding you blog! My name is Heather and my email is Lifesabanquet1(at)gmail(dot)com :-)
Hi Mary,I haven't stopped in to visit you for sometime.I know you miss your daughter & it is so good you share her on your blog.Your granddaughter is all grown up.Hugs,monah/Gracious Cottage
I am not sure why our Lord led me to your blog today but I am a mother and your courage and grace are so awesome. Praying for you in Alabama tonight. God wrap you in His Care!
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