Wednesday, May 31, 2017

sometimes, there are no words

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Our sweet friends lost their only daughter when she was fourteen years old.  So quickly, so shocking.  How do parents get through something like that.  That was way back in 1993 already.  Sara was our daughters best friend.  Her brother Aaron was lost without her.  Fast forward to May 14 2017.  Aaron’s sweet wife, the mother of five children ages 3-14, was killed in a tragic car wreck.  How, just how, does a family get through these times.  This card was made for Aaron’s parents, our sweet friends.  Long ago, Aaron’s mom said she felt her daughter Sara visited her in the form of a sweet white butterfly.  This seemed a fitting depiction for the passing on to another life of their sweet daughter-in-law.  There are no words.
Entering this into Simon's Anything Goes Wednesday Challenge
Word Art Wednesday 

3 comments:

  1. Oh my. What a perfect card for such a sad occasion.

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  2. Cute card! Thanks for joining us here at Word Art Wednesday. We hope you will join us again soon. Leaving you with this encouragement found in Psalms 31:24 (KJV) " Be of good courage, and he shall strengthen your heart, all ye that hope in the LORD."

    JO ANN
    http://jatterburycreations.blogspot.com

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  3. Janeen, this is so touching. The card is gorgeous. Such a beautiful tribute. What a sad story. I can't even imagine the depth of Aaron's heartache. I am so glad this isn't all there is! We have a future and a hope. I am so touched by Jo Ann's comment above. What a beautiful scripture and sweet comment. Love and Hugs!

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