Friday, June 19, 2009

Have tissues on hand for this one.

I thought I'd share a super-size dose of perspective for any troubles on your plate today. Click on the link below to feel much better about whatever you may be facing.

Little girl gets final wish.

...My friend Angie from The Knightly News sent this to me. I think she should be the one to supply us all with Kleenex. Whaddya think?


Denise said...

I need a box of kleenex from you, and Angie right now. God bless her precious angel heart.

Mari said...

Yes - it sure does put things into perspective. Put in an order of kleenex for me too.

Runner Mom said...

Keep on passing the tissue! Wow! What a precious child. I will be keeping her family in my prayers. And, when we go to see "Up", I'll think of her.


Marsha said...

I was sitting around the campfire this evening with hubby, a daughter and 2 grandchildren and it came up about this movie. I told them about this article and we all teared up.

Lynnette Kraft said...

Wow. Truly touching - and sad. :( Based on my personal experience with watching my daughter die, every time I hear stories like this, my heart just aches for the great sorrow the family is going through. I'll pray for them this morning. And... I'm so glad she got to listen to the movie.
Have a lovely weekend.

LauraLee Shaw said...

Huge Texas-sized crocodile tears. I just shared the link on Facebook.

Lauren said...

oh my ... so heartbreaking! I need a kleenex for sure! I just found your blog and I think it's lovely - you have a gorgeous family! Looking forward to reading more from you!

Be Blessed ~ Lauren

Angie said...

Okay. For all those needing and wanting kleenex, I just got back from the kleenex of Puffs handy and available---in October. 23-24 to be exact. Come on down and get them.

It really was a great read...and I cried there sitting at my desk at work. Yup.

I thought to myself---This little girl will see greater things than a movie...she will look into the face of her Creator!

I cried when I read the part when she said "I'm ready"....girls, that's what we've all got to be...READY.

a portland granny said...

Thanks for sharing that heart breaking story. Precious child--now in Heaven's splendor, but thoughts of dear parents left with empty arms and hands is hardest to think about.

Kristen said...

God bless that family and that strong, strong little girl!

Barbara said...

Our prayers are with that family for their loss, but there is hope when company officials are willing to give of time and resources to bring a dream come true for that little girl.


Blog Widget by LinkWithin