Sunday, December 07, 2008

Always in Our Hearts




This is on our tree.


A gift from a wonderful friend in memory of Jimmy.


She had given it to me at his passing.


She brought flowers this week to comemorate his due date this weekend.


I am blessed with such a dear friend, aren't I?


He will be always in our hearts.


How I long to hold him in my arms.


Some day.

How I wish it was today.

10 comments:

Mrs.B said...

What a wonderful friend you have.

Thanks for sharing

In HIS Keeping,
Mrs.B

Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

My heart goes out to you. How good to know he is waiting for you when it is your time to be with him. :)

Adrienne said...

Dear Kimberly -
You are in my prayers. Remember that Jimmy is being held closely in the arms of the Father until you get there.

Our dear son and daughter-in-law are approaching the third anniversary of the loss of their little boy in very similar circumstances. They have a very touching ornament on their tree to commemorate his life. Your post today was a reminder of how dear we hold him to our hearts. Until we see him in Heaven above. Your friend is so thoughtful - may I always be that thoughtful, too.
~Adrienne~

Kristina said...

lifting you up..dear one...

Carrie at dumptrucksandteacups said...

Sending love and prayers...

Shan said...

Dearest Kimberly,

I stopped by to say Hello and I am so touched by your latest post. I will keep you near my heart in prayer dear friend.

I know you are busy and the time flies during the busy Christmas season. Let's try to get together after the Holidays.

Yours truly,
Shan
Honey Hill Farm

Susan said...

You have been on my heart the last few days. What a dear sweet friend you have.

Jimmy is well-cared for...I know you know that...but it doesn't make it any easier.

Hugs and love.

Shelley Jo said...

What a wonderful friend you have. That is a blessing in your life, I know.

Jodi said...

What a precious treasure from a very thoughtful friend.

The first year is a very raw year - particularly on special days. Time does not eliminate the ache, but it does soften the sharp edges. There are eventually even moments of joy at certain memories. I hope that is an encouragement for the future as you endure the pain now. Our son, Benjamin, was stillborn 10 years ago this year, and he is indeed forever in our hearts. Love you and praying for you, dear friend.

shopannies said...

My family has moments of rememberance you never forget. I have lost a niece that was quite a shock, A older brother who I never knew only stories my mom told me and a younger brother that rocked my life. SO yes you never forget and I am happy that you placed that ornament on the tree for he is still with you as our little ones are

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