Some of the good times:
Knowing that my mom would always be the loudest one cheering at any event.
Getting to make cards and cutting out projects for good old Stamp it up. I still think about her every time I walk into a craft store.
Getting to "step" next to her in the mornings with she used one of those work out steps while watching Reggis and Kathy (before Kelly).
Getting to hold her hand while watching movies.
Finding a bear or a little card on my bed after I had a bad day.
Always having to pause my story because she was saying her prayer.
Decorating the house for Christmas (though take down day was always the worst!)
Amy Grant in the morning.
Buttered toast dipped in hot chocolate.
Many many more.
This post isn't meant to seem sad. I truly have been blessed to have been my mother's daughter and I am greatly for all the lessons I have learned through this trial I have been given. I can't wait until the day when Eric will get to meet her. He will love her because she will laugh at everything and anything he says. I am so grateful for the plan of salvation. If you haven't told your mom you love her lately... now would be a great time. =)
|I put this picture on for Cassie... remember how Mom walked on air that day? haha|