Wednesday, October 10, 2012

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The Princess Buttercup lost her mother on Friday.

The suffering had gone on so long that a merciful passing was the prayer.

According to witnesses, in the minutes before she drew her last breath, she raised both her arms.

She stretched them to the Heavens.

In a strong, sure voice she proclaimed, “I’m going home”.

What a gift to my bonus child.

And to my son who witnessed this passage, gaining a renewed belief.

God is good.




I'm typing this post sitting on an unfamiliar bed in a strange town (Elk Town? Oklahoma) right dab in the middle of my road trip. I'm sick at heart that I can't be with The Princess Buttercup and the family at this time. 

I'm with my mom, holding her tighter than usual.

The funeral is this morning, please say a little prayer for a dear princess and her heartbroken dad.

Thanks...
xoxo




5 comments:

  1. Oh man Koby :( I haven't had time to check for a new post since I figured you'd be out of town....
    My condolences to Princess Buttercup :( So very sad, but agreed merciful. It sounds as if her passing was peaceful and much welcomed.
    I wish my Mom was a hugger...I'd give her a big hug today....

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  2. OhMyGoodness Koby, so sorry to hear this, yet relieved that the passing has come. Prayers being lifted for Princess Buttercup and her family.
    I wish my mother was still here so I could hug her (she wasn't a hugger neither, but I would hug her anyhow)
    Safe Journey Home with Marmie

    Sue (from the momz site)

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  3. So sorry to hear this Beth! Paryers to the family!

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  4. Beth, I just read this today. I am so sorry to hear of Princess Buttercup's mother's passing. Prayers for peace and comfort for those left behind, for sure will be sent up. Hope your journey home w/ Marmie was otherwise safe and uneventful.

    Sending you big smooches,
    Bethi

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