Saturday, December 27, 2008

Kindness of others....

During this holiday season we get so caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holidays that we sometimes forget what the true meaning of the season. I try every year to do something to help me focus on the birth of Jesus Christ. In doing so I try to show my gratitude by serving others in serving others I feel the true love of Christ in my life. I love that feeling and I try to teach my children to do the same.
I promise there is a point to my ramblings, today I received an email that was so touching to me. A friend of mine served me in such an amazeing way that words could never begin to express my gratitude. She shared with me that Her family decided to donate 17 books to there Local NICU in memory of William. When I read the amount of books I realized that the had donated a book in celebration of each day of his sweet life.
I am so grateful for the sweet way that she and her family are honoring my William . I am so beyond blessed to have such amazeing people in my life.
I want to take this time to thank every one who reads my blog and reads William story. When ever I write about William it helps to heal my broken heart and when i read the sweet encouraging comments they just lift my spirits and make me smile.
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6 comments:

Ter said...

It always feels good to hear of others thinking of our babies, and especially knowing that people are benefiting because of our child. Think of all the children who will benefit because of those books, that were donated because of your son...it just goes to show that he lives on.... <3

Diane said...

Jen, I think you are such a special mom. I actually thought about you and William many times today because I love the song you have on William's page, Coffee Shop, and it's been stuck in my head. It def makes me smile - both the song and thinking of the very special bond you have with your little angel in Heaven.

Supercool Hotmama said...

That is such a wonderful way to remember your little William. What a kind, thoughtful thing to do. HUGS!

I'm Always Rite said...

What a wonderful gesture. I love that you keep William with you everyday, and that you share him with us here. Thank you. :)

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Kerri said...

That is a very sweet and kind gesture!