Memories in a Bottle

It all started this evening when Erick and Mark were going to enjoy a glass of wine. Even though I remain a thousand miles away I wanted to join them...and so I did. This bottle has been opened for quite a while. As I went to pour a small glass to see if it was …

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She’s in Heaven – A Tender Memory

In the wee early hours in 2009 our precious Momma was promoted to her permanent and Eternal position in Heaven with Jesus. There is not one day that goes by that the people who knew and loved her don't miss her terribly.  Tender are our hearts. Tender are the memories. Tender is the grief we share until …

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Distant – Seperated By 1,000 Miles

One year ago today he told me he loved me for the very first time. "You have my whole heart." he added. Friday, June 2, 2017 my forever love and best friend became my husband. I am blessed and honored to be Mrs. Mark Spencer Williams for the rest of our lives. God ordained our …

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Always Remembered – Never Forgotten

"No one has greater love than this, that someone would lay down his life for his friends." John 15:13 (NIV) Most of us have Monday off as a holiday. It is Memorial Day - a day where we honor those who gave their life for our freedom while serving. For the surviving soldiers, all the …

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Blindfolded

Whether your in a time of prayer and fasting or you've made New Year's resolutions I can almost certainly say, by now, you have been tempted to break it, break them, give up, give in or quit in some way shape or form. For me, almost as soon as it hits my lips my mind …

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Missing Her

I've heard it said that grief is as individual as a snowflake. I couldn't agree more.  Not having lost a child I can't begin to know or speak to the vast depth of grief a parent must endure. I have watched through the lens pointed at my dear friends. This piece is for them, remembering …

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