My wishes for you.

So last week I talked about something that I wouldn’t wish on anyone, this week I want to tell you what I do wish for you.

~I wish that you would get to experience Love, true deep love. No matter how short or long I pray everyone can know the feeling. I’ve been lucky enough to have it twice.

~I wish that everyone could have a family that enjoys being together and having fun. There is so much anger and tension in the world who needs that at home?

This is my family at the show “Monty Python” Yep we all wore Burger King Crowns!

~I wish you could all have a few good friends that you always know you can call. These are my girls, they are in town and close and although I don’t see them as much as I used to I know that they are here for me.

                                            

I’ve also got my long distance friend she is amazing and has a great family too.

                                             

 ~I wish everyone could know the love of a ‘special’ child. I’m lucky enough to have 2 in my life. My Cousin T, who has Downs syndrome but loves to smile so much that  if  you even walk by JcPenny he will take off and run to the photo studio. I also have my man C who has a Complete Absence of the Corpus Colosim. He loves so much, and tries so hard to do everything he wants and with that determination he succeeds! If only we all had that drive behind us.

 This last one I almost didn’t include I knew it would offend some people but I just can’t ignore it because it is probably my biggest wish for everyone.

~I wish everyone could know  and understand the faith I have in Jesus Christ, I could go on and on about this but I will simply say that without this faith, without forgiveness. I wouldn’t have made it to this point. I would have never survived Mark’s sickness and I would be so depressed that I couldn’t even fathom being able to love again.
 
These are my wishes for you.

4 comments on “My wishes for you.

  1. I just wanted to let you know that your post gave me the push I needed to get a mole I had been worrying over removed last Friday. It hurt (and still does!) but the doc was glad I came in, she thinks it was probably fine but we won’t know until the tests come back later this week. After reading your post and a few others, I knew that while I was afraid of the procedure and had been ignoring it and putting it off that it could be much much worse if I kept ignoring it… and took the plunge.

  2. You make me cry and smile and love all at the same time. You are precious and I’m sooooo grateful that God placed YOU in my life.

  3. You are a very kind person, Amber. I’m just very glad that you have so much love and faith in your life. It’s what makes you such a beautiful person 🙂 I feel blessed that I have a blog friend like you.

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