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I Hate Goodbyes

Today is the one year anniversary of my mom’s death. The moment I found out she had left this earth, it took my breath away. It hurt, and was very difficult. It’s the bitter and the sweet. She was no longer suffering and in the arms of Jesus, but she left all of us. We have to go on without her until we meet again in heaven. I look forward to that day.

Thank you God for making Heaven. And thank you for Mom.

Meghan E White

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The last day of 2019 was Mom’s last day on Earth. Even though we knew it was coming, it still really hurts. No matter what, you’re just not ready to say goodbye. I wasn’t, that’s for sure. Selfishly, I wanted more time. Come on Lord, give her a few more years. Then I don’t have to deal with that pain quite yet. Yet, here I am grieving. Not ready for it. Who is ever prepared to grieve?

I have peace. That’s the funny part. I have complete peace of where my mom is, heaven. Mom loved Jesus and knew Him as her Savior and Lord. She is not suffering anymore. That makes me so happy! Mom spent most of her life sick. She is now free of all pain and suffering. She wasn’t big on complaining, so most people would never know just how much illness and disease she…

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16 thoughts on “I Hate Goodbyes”

    1. Isn’t that so exciting to look forward to! That’s our home and it’s going to be better than our best day here on Earth. Hard to wrap my head around it. Thank you Wendy for your incredible friendship, love and support all these years. I’m so grateful for you!

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  1. Oh Meghan, thank you. I am so grateful for you too!! God has blessed me again and again by your friendship, and now by your blogs. So thankful.
    And, yes, I look forward to our future home in heaven. Praise God. I think He actually thinks about us, & our individual preferences as He prepares our place there. Very exciting.
    Luke 12:6&7
    “Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? Yet not one of them is forgotten by God. Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows.”

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  2. I read this earlier but am just now getting the opportunity to respond. I’m so sorry for your loss and this anniversary. I wish things could be like you said–that we could all leave this earth together. I’ve been praying for you throughout the day. I’m so glad that this life is temporary and that you’ll see your mom again because she trusted in Jesus. Hope is so sweet!

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    1. Aaawww, you are so thoughtful Colleen! Thank you for praying for me. That really means a lot. I actually had a good day. Must have been your prayers. ☺️
      I too am thrilled this life is only temporary and we can be with our loved ones who trusted in Jesus. So much to look forward to. Thank you for your incredible kindness!

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      1. You are very welcome;, and thank you too. My mother died two days after my birthday, twenty-one years ago; that memory never goes away. I will see her again; I know for sure.

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