WELCOME TO SIMPLY DEBBIE. IT IS MY DESIRE THAT
YOU WILL FEEL AND SEE THE HAND OF GOD THROUGH
ARTWORK, CRAFT PROJECTS, RECIPES, AND THE SHEER
LAUGHTER OF ME LEARNING TO SEW ON MY NEW
SEWING MACHINE. THIS IS A PRAYING BLOG AND
A BLOG THAT LOVES TO MAKE NEW FRIENDS.
WON'T YOU JOIN ME AS WE GREET 2011 AND ITS'
BLESSINGS, CHALLENGES, AND SMELLING THE ROSES
EVERY DAY. I'LL BE YOUR UMBRELLA WHEN STORM
CLOUDS COME YOUR WAY AND ASSURE YOU THERE
WILL BE A RAINBOW COME AGAIN.










Tuesday, June 22, 2010

I CRIED FOR YOU TODAY, MOLLYE

XOX0XOXO...AMY...XOXOXOXO
ALWAYS  IN  OUR  HEARTS





THIS  IS  A  BEAUTIFUL  "FREE"  IMAGE

THAT  I  FOUND  AT:



MOST  OF  YOU  KNOW  MOLLYE.  I  HAD  NOT

BEEN  TO  HER  BLOG  BEFORE. IT  IS  WONDERFUL.

JUST  LAST  MONTH  SHE  WROTE  HOW  SHE  NO

LONGER  WANTED  TO  JUST  POST  ABOUT

"FLUFF"  BUT  "SERIOUS  ISSUES."  I  STRONGLY

AGREE  WITH  HER.  SHE  HAS  A

WONDERFUL  SENSE  OF  HUMOR  AND  GOD

IS  REALLY  GOING  TO  USE  HER. HE  WAS

PREPARING  HER  HEART  FOR  WHAT  WAS

TO  COME.



PLEASE  REMEMBER  MOLLYE  AND  HER 

FAMILY  AS  TODAY  IS  HER  YOUNGEST  SON'S

FUNERAL/GOING  HOME  CELEBRATION.



THEY  CAN  CELEBRATE  HE  IS  IN  THE  ARMS

OF  JESUS  BUT  THERE  IS  GRIEF,  NO  MATTER

HOW  STRONG  ONE'S  FAITH  IS.  I'M  SORRY,

BUT  WHEN  AMY  PASSED  I  DID  NOT  FEEL

LIKE  CELEBRATING  EVEN  THOUGH  I  HEARD

A  1,000  TIMES  SHE  WAS  BETTER  OFF.  I
ASK....WOULD  YOU  BE  BETTER  OFF  WITHOUT

YOUR  CHILD!!!!



I  PRAY  FOR  SUPPORT  OF  FAMILY  AND  FRIENDS.

MAY  THEY  NEVER  FEEL  JUDGEMENT  OR  THEIR

SPIRIT  BE  BROKEN.



MAY  THEY  ONLY  HEAR  THE  VOICE  OF  JESUS

AND  LOVE.  MAY  ONLY  GOOD  THINGS  BE

SAID  AND  REMEMBERED  ABOUT  HER 

PRECIOUS  SON.



MAY  THEY  GRIEVE  AS  LONG  AS  NEEDED,

AND  NOT  BE  RUSHED  INTO  DOING  SOME-

THING  THEY  ARE  NOT  READY  FOR.



MY   HEART  BREAKS  FOR  HER,  HER  HUSBAND,

AND  CHILDREN.  



HUGS  AND  LOVE  TO  YOU  MOLLYE

YOU  CANNOT  RUSH  GRIEF

IT  IS  A  PROCESS  WITH  NO

SHORTCUTS.

IT'S  UGLY...IT  IS  HARD...IT  IS  LONELY

BUT  THIS  TOO  SHALL  PASS...
 
I  KNOW  NOT  WHEN,  IF  EVER

BUT  JESUS  IS  ALWAYS  THERE

24/7
HE  WILL STICK  CLOSER  THAN  A  BROTHER

AND  HE  NEVER  TALKS  BEHIND  YOUR  BACK

I  HAVE  CRIED  ALL  DAY  BECAUSE  NOTHING...

NO  BOOK,  NO  AMOUNT  OF  MONEY,

CAN  PREPARE  YOU  TO  SEE  THE  CASKET
WITH  YOUR  SON/DAUGHTER  BE  LOWERED

INTO  THE  GROUND.

HUGS  AND  LOVE

SIMPLY  DEBBIE



16 comments:

Holly, the Old Western Gal said...

Oh Debbie, I am so sad for you, too. For all who suffer. None suffer more than a mother who buries her child. The universe is out of whack completely when that happens. As you say, nothing can assuage such a grief, and let them grieve!!!! Idiots and those fearful of death themselves push others to stop grieving. No time is allowed. It's ridiculous. Some people even question others' faith but they really need to go read the entire New Testament again and get their heads on straight.

Connie said...

I know Mollye is going through a lot right now and she's in my thoughts, sweetpea. Terrible tragedy.
xoxo,
Connie

Bernie said...

I too thought of and prayed for Miss Mollye today, the sad part is the pain has only just begun.....we must continue our prayers for her and her family.

Thank you for being such a good blogging friend to us all.

......:-) Big Hugs

Nellie's Cozy place said...

OH DEBBIE,SO VERY SORRY TO HEAR OF MOLLYE'S LOSS, I CAN'T EVEN BEGIN TO IMAGINE THE PAIN. MY SYMPATHIES TO HER AND HER FAMILY AND TO YOU BECAUSE YOU ALREADY KNOW THE AGONY. HOPE RICHARD IS DOING BETTER, I AM SURE IT WAS A VERY HARD DAY FOR HIM. DID YOUR SON GET TO VISIT?? I SURE HOPE SO!! BEEN
PRAYING GOR YOU BOTH, WILL PRAY FOR MOLLYE AND HER FAMILY AS WELL.
I AM SURE EVERY TIME YOU HEAR OF ANOTHER PARENT LOSING A CHILD, IT MUST BE LIKE TEARING A SCAB OFF YOUR OWN HEART AS WELL, I AM SO VERY SORRY!!
HUGS AND LOVES TO YOU BOTH, NELLIE

Queenmothermamaw said...

What wonderful words of consolation for Mollye and her family. I have been thinking of her all day. She is so full of faith she will carry on for sure.
QMM

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

Oh! Debbie I will remember Mollye and her family, during this most difficult time. Your post is so on target and you Dear One can not only sympathize with her, you are empathizing as well. You have been there and you know what they are experiencing.
I totally agree with you on everything but most importantly on not being rushed during a grieving time. I find that we as humans have a tendency to expect others to follow our mold, and what a mistake this is. So please keep reminding us all of what we need to do. What a blessing you are.
Hugs,
Sue

My Pink & Cream Cottage said...

Debbie what beautiful words especially because they really come from the heart & I hope they soothe both Mollye & at the same time ease some of your pain for your beautiful Amy. I am thinking of both of you today...

Lyn xxx

Donna said...

Debbie,
You said it best. I need not say more. We know how it feels. My heart goes out to Mollye's family. There is nothing like losing a child. The only thing that gets me through some days is knowing I will see my sweet Amber again one day :)
HUGS!
Donna

Mollye said...

Oh Debbie, I just read your post and I am crying so that I can barely type but I thank you for your love and support from the bottom of my broken heart. I will be in touch with you and again thank you and all my blogger sisters for sharing in our grief and helping in our healing, Mollye

Mari said...

HELLO DEBBIE,

I CAN ONLY IMAGAINE THE PAIN YOU MUST HAVE SUFFERERD OVER THE LOST OF YOUR BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER, I WISH YOU PEACE, DEAR SWEET AND GENTLE DEBBIE WHEN MY AUNT LOST HER ONLY SON, I THOUGHT SHE WOULD NEVER HEAL, AND I STILL SHE HER PAIN AND LOST WHEN EVER SHE TALKS ABOUT HIM!!! BUT THERE ARE TIMES SHE SMILES AND I KNOW SHE IS REMEMBERING HIM :) HAVE A GOOD DAY AND THANK YOU SOOO MUCH FOR YOUR KIND WORDS FOR MY PEBBLES :)

BLESSING TO YOU SWEET BLOGGY FRIEND :)

Chatty Crone said...

Oh Debbie - as you well know - her journey is just beginning and she now belongs to a club no mother wants to belong too. Prayers for youo both. sandie

roy/elisabeth dean said...

Debbie...you are SIMPLY GOLDEN! I will keep Mollye and her family in my prayers as well. My parents had 8 children (I'm the baby, go figure). All of my life I would hear my Mom say she didn't know how anyone could ever survive burying a child. My Dad passed away 4 years ago of cancer. He had been sick for a couple of years. Mom was starting to re-bound and get back into things like her gardening clubs and book clubs. My brother was diagnosed with brain cancer 8 months later and passed away almost a year to the day of our Dad. Mom has never recovered, she told us she wouldn't.
I'm so proud of you for using your tragedy to reach out and help others. Mollye is so fortunate to have you....as are we all~
Take good care, my friend...
♥,Lilly

Lisa said...

Oh how nice to meet a new friend and to be able to help when they are in need.
Hugs, Lisa

Sares said...

This was so so sad. Poor Mollye. Sometimes you have to wonder which would be harder, to lose a child so suddenly and not get the chance to say goodbye or to get to say goodbye, but have to see your precious child suffer so, like you had to do. They are both so very horrible. I am glad Mollye has you to lean on in this terrible time, I am sure she appreciates your support very much.

Jackie said...

I'm new to your blog through Heidi and Sherry so I don't know Mollye but I sent cards to Amy and prayed faithfully through that painful time you went through.
I too, am very content to know you are there for this family. None of us, unless we've walked down the path of loosing a precious child could fully understand.
God is with all of you, I know that for sure. When we don't understand, thank you Jesus, we know the one that does understand.
~Jacqueline~

Mary said...

Hi Debbie, it's nice to meet you. Thanks for stopping by my blog the other day!!