Sunday, October 28, 2012

A Post To Touch Your Heart

Wreath made by Judy....You can find more here.


I don't recall how I stumbled upon Linda's blog
but it has been a source of inspiration and even
challenge to me.

This post touched my heart in many
ways.  First, I cannot imagine having happen 
what she experienced.
Second, the honesty in Linda's response really 
touched my heart.
And finally, 
the conclusion and outward look that 
God brought Linda to
is something I never want to forget.

Check it out....
and let me know what, if anything, 
stood out to you?

9 comments:

Linda Gross said...

I liked Linda's "let me have my moment" statement too. This post brought tears to my eyes, as I was reminded of Mom and our journey through the various stages of Alzheimer Disease. I did a similar thing to Mom's telephone because she had difficulty remembering how to make a telephone call.

Vee said...

That was an amazing post, wasn't it?! I just included Linda's blog on my blog roll a few days ago, though I have been reading there since my own experience when caregiving my grandmother who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. There are so many similarities. Anyway, Linda's blog is a great resource for anyone dealing with Alzheimer's, caregiving or life!

Deb from WhatsInMyAttic said...

Thanks for this link. This was a blessing to me this morning.

Buttercup said...

In so many situations we need our moments to be able to do what we need to do in the months and years. Thanks for sharing this.

Susy said...

Thank you Becky for that link. So many people are going through so much, and it helps when you see godly behavior modeled in difficult circumstances. You do that too in ways you don't even realize. xo

Linda said...

Tears in my eyes. Your words ministered to my heart, thank you Becky, bless you.

Theresa said...

I will visit;). Hugs

Vickie said...

Thanks for sharing this, Becky. It was so touching! My husband's mom has Alzheimers so my heart really goes out to her!

Terra said...

Fabulous wreath, and I will visit her blog next.