Last night my dear mother-in-law, Laura, passed away.
We are so thankful for the blessing of her death, which is a release for her spirit from the pain and suffering her body had endured far too long.
But we are so sad at her loss.
The world will just not be the same without her fun and silly attitude. She was full of life and loved her children and all people she came in contact with. She was the consummate mother. Everything she did, everything she said was geared to how she could help another. She believed in showing love and kindness and leading by example.
She loved the gospel and taught it constantly, in all she did. She never read her children bedtime stories, preferring instead to read them stories from the bible. She would send them to bed each night with "Shadrack, Meshack and In-To-Bed-You-Go!"
She loved to love her children, to hug them tight, to make them laugh.
When no one, even David and I, could figure Sam out, could handle him, could love him enough, Mom loved him.
When my babies would cry, Mom could hold them, bounce them, and quiet them.
She taught me to crochet. She taught me to bake bread. More importantly, she taught me how to be a better wife, mother, and even friend.
I love her and will always love her. She's spry and lively now, living among her loved ones, only a thought and a prayer away.
fan friday! - I formatted this book last year and I just learned that Lisa's next book is expected out shortly ~ so I figured it would be a good time to tell you about Q...
2 years ago