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Saturday, October 4, 2008

One month

Today is one month since my daughter passed away. It was odd this morning when I woke up, it was the first time in a couple of weeks that I was sad thinking about her when I awoke. September has been both the longest month yet also flown by in many respects. I miss my little girl but we have had to continue forward with our lives, we still have another daughter at home who needs our help and our love. A friend of mine gave us this really cute snowglobe with an angel in it, the angel turns as a Mozart arrangement is played and I have taken to turning it on during quiet moments I have, right before bed, as I lay down for a nap, and it brings a smile to my face to think of my angel up there, doing what Heavenly Father needs her to do. Isabel loves to sit and stare at the angel and call it her angel, granted at this point in her life, everything she sees is hers, but, in many respects, she's right. Her sister is watching over us all.


Aubrey & Cheyenne Martin said...

September did fly by, didn't it? Brooklyn looks so tiny and sweet and perfect. What a blessing to know she'll always be perfect. I guess you'll just have to take your chances with Izzy!

Bethany said...

My thoughts are still with you Tracy. This weekend I was at my brother's in Indiana, he too lost a child shortly after birth. I thought of you as I looked at the sweet pics of my nephew and the sign above that says, "because someone we love is in heaven, we feel heaven in our home."
Hope you feel a little heaven in your home.

E said...

I hope General Conference brought to you both some comfort today!

Call me if you need anything.

adf said...

Hey Tracy

I'm still sad about what happened to you. Let us know what the doctor says after your appointment.

nowellmama said...

Hey tracy, It's Nakeysha. I just wanted to know if you had an email. Thinking of You all the way in Hawaii.