This has definitely been my constant thought the last months... nearly a year... as we faced the progression of the disease my beloved husband of 49 years has faced for nearly 30 years.
I lost him 4 days short of a his birthday in June, as he peacefully transitioned from life here into the presence of our Lord Jesus, on a Sunday morning, just at the time we would have begun worship in church.
His worship celebration must have been unimaginably glorious!
Japonica... by contemporary artist Denise Perrin, born 1950
As I contemplate the future I am praying and thinking about what my new life will be. I am so grateful for my daughter, son in law and grandson who moved to the area here 2 years ago to be near us. Between them and the Lord, I would not have coped. My helpers and props were definitely Faith, Family and Friends.By Judy May
I am planning to get back to blogging, for myself, and because I still have my small business Antiques And Teacups.
The business is both a reminder of something we shared for so many years as well as something I can focus on and be productive rather than sadness. So it is welcome.
I will be posting things I add to the shop first, then perhaps be ready to get back to the type of blog posts I have loved to do in the past, celebrating holidays, research, teacups and enjoying tea with friends!
By poet and author Earlene Grey