Happy 14th Caleb

This week I’m sharing blog posts from other bloggers before I start my series on Writing For God. I chose to start with this one because Anna is my daughter. She’s also an author and a wonderful mother who had a stillborn son, Caleb, my second grandson. Here’s her story about how even a very short life can impact our world for good, for God and for others. Anna has written many blogs and written a book to help other mothers through the loss of a child.
http://amzn.to/2rd6wJO

Simply Live

Yesterday was our annual balloon launch.

We sent you balloons from one of your brother’s cliff-jumping spots just outside of town.

I thought you were getting too old for our usual playground launches.

Maybe you would have been cliff-jumping by now too.

Maybe not 🙂

There’s so much I don’t know about you. So much I’ll never know. You live somewhere I Can Only Imagine and I only catch the faintest glimpses of it where I live.

But every time I catch a glimpse I think of you. I look forward to you. Seeing you, knowing you, being with you. As only my human mind can grasp.

It’s also a mother’s mind, and sometimes I can hardly wait for… you.

Your two brothers give me so many wonderful things to fill my days just now.

And of course there’s your daddy 😉

Yet there is always this sense of waiting…

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Author: Lynne Collier/Author

Hello. My blogs are mostly about my work as a writer, my faith as a Christ follower, and my childhood in mid-century England. My hope is that something I say will put a smile on your face today and encourage you in your journey.​

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