Thursday, January 14, 2010

For Now

It is 4:00 pm


on a Thursday


in January


The memories are flooding


I miss him!

15 comments:

Henley on the Horn said...

I have been thinking of you all the time. I know the anniversary is on the 31st and I can't imagine your emotions and grief. We love you all.

MrsL said...

Praying for you and sending hugs...

Tina said...

Praying for you guys!

Kim said...

Praying for you right now!!

angela said...

Praying for grace moment by moment.

Anonymous said...

prayers for you all and also praying everyone stays healthy and full of hope during this time...love you all!

Anonymous said...

Praying...

Paige Stanfield said...

I'm so sorry, friend. I'm most sorry that I did not see this until a day after you wrote it. I'm praying for you.

Anonymous said...

Hold on to your precious gifts. Praying for you - this month and always.

Kelly said...

My thoughts are with you, January is a hard month for a lot of us. It's not so much the date itself, as the flood of memories that come back. I am so thankful for memories, but it is painful. I am praying for your sweet family.

Anonymous said...

I've followed your blog for a while now. I found your blog from a Beth Moore posting. I don't know you. I'm just a sister in Christ that lifts your family up in prayer often. I will be praying for your family most definitely in the weeks to come. In Christ Love, Miquela

meade conley said...

praying, praying for you all. i heard a super bowl ad and my heart just ached. you must be beyond words...

esty said...

I have never met you, Nita but pray for you al the time - I am Beth Self's neighbor and a devoted sister in the Lord to you both. I will pray especially on Thursdays this month. Thank you for sharing something so delicate with the world.
~Esty

Anonymous said...

I received the Brockie Bracelet in the race packet from last Saturday's Polar Bear Run, and felt compelled to read your story (almost all of it when I should have been doing homework)... I am so sorry for your loss and I really admire your strength. Thank you for sharing :-)

Kristen

ltgilson said...

My very dear friend from my hometown, Janie Hammond, knows you at church and told me about you and your blog. I had told her that I was doing a Beth Moore Bible Study, and she told me about your loss and about your meeting Beth. Thanks for sharing your story and sharing your faith! God bless you and your sweet family!
Teresa Gilson.