• April 2, 2020 /  Uncategorized

     

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    If I should become a statistic I’d want it to be known that the people I was appointed to do life with are the folks I would have chosen to spend my days with anyways.

    If I should become a statistic I’d want it to be known that my first family (my Grampie, my Grammie, my Dad, my Mom, and my Brother) will always be the forerunners of my heart. The ones who journeyed with me before I stepped away to become an “us.” You are the ones who paved the way to the future highways of my life.

    If I should become a statistic I’d want it to be known that my second family (my Seth, my Heath, my Hannah, my Joshua, my Rebekah, my Josiah, my Benjamin, my Noah, my Elisabeth, my Charlie, my Jude, My Skylar, my Jaxton and the sweet faces I have not yet met) each hold a key to my heart.  I would never have thought it possible to love so many, so hard, so fully…yet it’s true. I could not have loved any one of you any more…I love you each completely. just. exactly. the. way. you. are.

    If I should become a statistic I’d want it to be known that I overflow with gratitude for the many wonderful friends that took up space in my life. You made the journey more pleasurable and the long dark nights more do-able.

    If I should become a statistic I’d want it to be known that God’s grace never ceased to amaze me. Grace alone enabled me, no matter how deep the waters or how hard the blowing wind, to never give up. Grace empowered me to not quit.
    I never quit.
    Not on Jesus.
    Not on myself.
    Not on any of you.

    If I should become a statistic I’d want it to be known that I can see clearly now.
    There is nothing but blue skies.
    All the pain is gone.
    And it is a bright, bright, bright sunshiny day.

    Posted by kimbwaterman @ 9:39 pm

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