Monday, December 10, 2007

For One More Day


This movie did make me think about my momma, and what it would be like to have one more day with her. I would spend the entire time telling her how very much I love her, and what a great momma she was. I would tell her how much I appreciated everything she ever did for our family. I would tell her what an impact she made on my life, and how much I miss her. I would apologize for anything I had ever said, or done that may have possibly hurt her feelings in anyway at all. I would hug&kiss her, and let her know how very special she was, and still is to me. I would tell her that I was blessed to be her daughter, and that I cannot wait for the day we are reunited in heaven. I love you my precious angel momma.

6 comments:

Sharon said...

Sounds like an incredible movie. I always love the ones that make you think and be grateful for what you have been given. Did you rent this?

Mary said...

Denise,

I also watched the movie, but was interrupted a couple of times. Thanks for posting so I was able to watch it.

Blessings and love,
Mary

Flip Flop Floozie said...

I had read that book!! It was filled with flash backs and you had to really work to keep the story straight. i did not watch the movie because I thought it might be hard to follow too. I am so glad that you liked it. Is this your mother? just wondering...Have a great day in the Lord..Sandy

Anonymous said...

Bless you and your mama in Heaven
HUGS
Jen at http://my3boysandi.wordpress.com/

According to HIS Power said...

Love you, my sweet friend. I feel exactly this way about the babies we lost. We even hang stockings for them and they have an ornament on the tree. Praying for you always,

Julie

Rosemarie said...

Thanks for sending the message that our mothers are precious. My mother is visiting and actually arrived today! It is God's will that I take the time to share with her my love and gratefulness.

I know that someday you will be reunited with your mother and have eternity to share in God's pure love.

Blessed is the name of the Lord for his promises are, "Yes" and "Amen." 2 Corinthians 1:20