“And Then I Knew He Was Mine”

This is awesome – will put a huge smile in your heart! Caroline is quite an inspiration ❤

Beautiful Life with Cancer

The heat and humidity of the Georgia July summer welcomed the fourth daughter into a family of what would eventually consist of eight children.  I followed and imitated a God that was preached in my church and home. Life was life and I never questioned it.  My little heart dreamed a dream of my own life and my own plans that I longed for day by day.

My fairy godmother waved her wand and I was Cinderella at the ball dancing with my prince.  James looked into my eyes and I was loved like I never thought possible for a maid covered in cinders.  But then I heard the clock strike midnight and I ran.  I ran from a God that gave me cancer.  I ran from a God that did not promise health to my miracle baby.  I ran from a God that could take everything from me with…

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2 thoughts on ““And Then I Knew He Was Mine”

  1. My very wise mother once said, “You will rarely regret the words you don’t say, but you may often live to regret the words you do say.” Very, very wise advice. I have remembered those words on many occasions when tempted to say something that wasn’t very nice.

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