Friday, September 3, 2010

Favorite Friday



This post is especially emotional and difficult for me. This week I am featuring a cross that I got from my mother in law. She lost her 3 year battle with ovarian cancer on August 24th. She was the most loving wife, mother, friend, aunt and sister. She never missed an opportunity to help or have fun. We all miss her so much already. After the funeral my father in law shared pieces of jewelery that Mum had picked out for all of the girls in the family...his daughter, us sister in laws and the girl grandchildren. There were other things she wanted us to have and I chose this cross. I truly believe that with God all things are possible. Each and every time I look at it I will cherish her beautiful memories in my heart and know that she is smiling down on us all from heaven.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pam and Mike-
We are so sorry to hear about your Mom's passing. You will carry her love and memories forward in everything you do!
Love The Miosi's

Vic said...

deepest sympathies:) i love this cross...i'm so glad you have and i know the memories will help you through the days:) much love and comfort...God is so Good! xoxo

Joy Beadworks said...

She is in your heart. I'm glad she left you a meaningful reminder.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

I'm sorry. How very hard. Her faith must have felt like such a blessing to you and her during all of this.

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Wendy said...

Pam I am so sorry to hear of your loss!

There will come a day when your tears of sorrow will softly flow into tears of remembrance...
and your heart will begin to heal itself...
and grieving will be interrupted by episodes of joy...
and you will hear the whisper of hope.

There will come a day
when you will welcome the tears of remembrance...
as a sunshower of the soul...
a turning of the tide...
a promise of peace.
There will come a day when you will...
risk loving...
go on believing...
and treasure the tears of remembering.


Prayers to you and your family!

mom of 4 boys! said...

Pam, I didn't know !! When I saw you at the bus stop, I just thought you were sad mainly because C was starting 1st grade!! I am so sorry I missed the boat. My prayers are with you and Mike. :(