This is my, amazing, courageous Grandson. He is now a 22 year old college graduate, embarking on his career! This is a reblog from my Daughter’s new blog. Please drop in, read her other posts, and leave a word of encouragement for her.
This is my Daughter’s blog. I’m very proud of her for sharing her thoughts and feelings with others in this way. She, indeed, is a very courageous person. Her son, pictured in her next post, is now an amazing 22 year old college graduate on the verge of launching his career. He has also been very courageous in dealing with his Juvenile Arthritis all these years. Please pay a visit to Terri’s blog and leave a word of encouragement for her.
This quote really spoke to me today. First, because I thought of all the people fighting to rebuild after Hurricane Harvey stole from them. He took so much from so many of my friends and neighbors here in Texas. He took possessions. He took homes. He took the feeling of security. He took lives. It breaks my heart that so many lost so much. But this tragedy is about so much more than that! It is about courage. The courage of those who came from near and far to help. The courage of the families who walked away from everything they owned. The courage of those who opened their homes to strangers. The courage of those who let go of their ego to ask for help. My heart aches and rejoices at the same time. Weird how that can happen.
After shedding another tear or two for the hurricane victims…
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