Friday, August 13, 2010

Because she was...

 Because my grandmother was...

Thrifty, I tend to be careful with money

A reader, I have a voracious love of books

Joyful in all things, I have hope when the light seems dim

Comforting, I can still feel the reassurance of the Presence she trusted

A Prayer,  I learned how to talk to God

a Beleiver, I learned that nothing, not the smallest most seemingly insignificant detail, goes unnoticed by our heavenly Father.  

A Pray-ER, I didn't end up having cancer after all.  Neither did Em(the second time). 

A Pray-ER, my atheist Daddy was converted and is now a minister of her Lord. 

Full of Faith, I know the answer will make itself apparent. No matter the circumstance.

Peaceful, I know there isn't anything that should disturb my serenity

Patient,  I learned to wait with out complaining *too much*

Kind, I learned that treats like marashino cherries and buttered toast should never be in short supply.

Loving, she taught my Mama how to love well, and my soul expanded into one that can trust Him and believe His Grace is sufficient.
To know Grand'mama Honey was not just to love her, it was to BE loved by her.   I am grateful to be an inheritor of her grace,  love and peace. And a million other unmentioned things that were uniquely hers to bestow. 
Angels came unexpectedly and escorted her home to heaven. That was a few weeks ago.

I am stumbling out of the fog now, beginning to recognize road signs to a new normal without her...

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deshi springer said...

That was so BEAUTIFUL. The way you talk about her I see the same things in you. You must take after her alot.

magsmcc said...

Oh Lib. But what a fabulous post. The poetry would make your grandmother proud- although of course she already was.

Heather said...

What a beautiful tribute and what an amazing legacy!

Sara said...

Simply beautiful!

As always a joy to splash around in thankfulness. Your blog, simply delightful.

Splashin' in His goodness,

shopannies said...

what a beautiful post a warm tribute to your grandmother

oh amanda {impress your kids} said...

Beautiful!! What an amazing woman she was! I'd love to hear more stories!!


Richella said...

Oh, my Lib. You must miss her still!! I hope that one day I'll have an epitaph similar to your grandmother's--and a legacy of love like hers as well!


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