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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

I Knew That !

I haven't felt like blogging the past few days.  I can't seem to get my mind to post anything.  My heart is heavy.
 
 
My Momma is not doing well at all.  She is now sleeping almost around the clock.  She no longer can feed herself, so an aid comes to her room and feeds her at each meal.  She is eating very little.  For 100 years old you would think that to be normal, but not for my Momma.  She's always ate like a horse.  :)  Five foot tall and 98 pounds, how she could always maintain that weight is a mystery.
 
 
I've gone to be with her almost everyday for the past week.  She doesn't even know me, she'll look at me and smile but there is no recognition there.  I remember days past when she has questioned the Lord for not taking her home, but she would always say ~ "He knows best."  She is so ready to go.  She wants to see Jesus and she wants to be with Daddy again.  I sure can understand that.
 
 
I've managed to make a new mugrug for my pretty cup.  There's something about the hum of the sewing machine that is calming.  I think and ponder as I sew....God, why does she have to wait for You any longer?
 
 
 .....shhhh....listen.....
I hear the Holy Spirit talking to my heart, what did You say?
"God knows best."
Thank You, I knew that, I'm sorry if I forgot for a moment. 
 In Him I have peace,
and in Him Momma has peace.
Amen and Amen
 
Oh yes He does!
 
Until Next Time
Holding Momma close and clinging to Him
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15 comments:

  1. Mary, it is hard to see your loved one like that...but she will not go until Our God's appointed time for her to go.l..meanwhile, all we can do here is be with her and store up as many memories as possible. Be at peace Mary,mari

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  2. It's so hard to see our loved ones like that. Having gone through it with my own mom my heart aches for you. God knows...I pray He comforts you during this difficult time. Hugs

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  3. Your Mom has lived a long life, may God grant you peace as you wait for his timing. What a lovely mug quilt, it matches your sweet mug so well!

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  4. He does.

    He knows all things. What if the answer is, "I'm not done sewing her mug rug."

    :)?

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  5. Hugs love and prayers to you.
    Woolie Blessings tooo

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  6. Oh, my precious Friend. I see why your heart is heavy. So grateful for the peace God gives His children. He's so very faithful. Prayers for you and your Mom. Love you dearly! ps...the mug cozy is adorable!

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  7. I am praying for you today and for your sweet mama! God does indeed know best my friend. His ways are not our ways and His thoughts are not our thoughts. Didn't say I understand all that but I do know that He is the King of Kings and loves your precious mama so much that He has her in the palm of His hand. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  8. My dear Mary, my heart aches for you! Yes, God does know best and He is so precious to gently remind us that He holds everything in His hands.

    Please know that you and your sweet mama are in my prayers. May you find the strength you need in Christ Jesus. Love to you!

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  9. Sending you hugs. Your post was lovely to read. I could feel the love for your Mom pouring off the page. Your mug looks so pretty. I'm glad the little time sewing gave you some peace.
    Ali xx

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  10. Hugs to you my friend. God knows what he is doing.

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  11. Saying a little prayer for you and your Mom. Consider yourself hugged.

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  12. Such a precious heart felt post, dear Mary.
    It's hard finding ourselves in God's waiting room, but His grace is sufficient to see us through the wait.
    May you find peace and comfort during this time through the live of Christ alone.
    The Lord is with both you and your dear mamma.
    I have enjoyed my visit here today.
    I found you through my daughters link up party, Roses of Inspiration.
    I would like to follow you, but want sure just how? I didn't see anywhere on your blog.
    Sweet blessings to you,
    Debbie

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    1. Hello Debbie, so nice to meet you. You sure have a sweet daughter. I'm so glad you enjoyed your visit, hope you come again. I've added a 'followers' button, if I did it right you should be able to follow me...that would be nice. I'll be over to your place for a visit soon.

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  13. Dear Mary... Keeping you in my prayers - this must be a very difficult time for you... But may the wonderful Lord uphold you! Blessings to you, Kelly-Anne

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