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Sunday, February 17, 2013

my heart is heavy




I saw this leaf melting into the snow yesterday and thought it looked like a heart.



In the early morning we'll be winging our way back home.

We are leaving our sweet family for now.

I know they are in God's hands and care and keeping.

I will rest in that.


Blessings,

Pamela






27 comments:

  1. I love how the Father gives us peace and grace during those times, but honestly you will carry them home with you-at least in your heart.
    Hugs, Noreen

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  2. I hope you have a safe trip home. And that everyone remains well til you meet again.

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  3. Wishing you a safe journey and comfort in the memories you create with your family.

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  4. Hi Pamela,
    I hope you and Murray have a good flight home!
    All the Best,
    Christine

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  5. Great find! Very heart shaped! I know you've been having fun and will be sad to leave! Isn't that usually the way? Good times go by so fast.

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  6. Hope your flight is a good one!! Memories to cherish!!!

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  7. Hi Pamela, Beautiful post! I will keep you and your family in my prayers. Have a safe trip home. I hope it won't be long before you all have a happy time together again.

    Susannah

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  8. I hope you have a good trip home, too. I always miss my family...all the time!

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  9. Sending you wishes for safe travels, tender memories tucked in your heart and thankfulness for rich blessings . . .

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  10. Have safe trip home with all you precious memories. Take care, Jen

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  11. It is always so hard to say goodbye. I know you enjoyed your visit. Have a safe trip home!

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  12. Wonderful shot, Pamela...
    Safe trip home...

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  13. I always cried going down the long farm driveway when we left my family...I know it's not easy to say goodbye.

    Safe trip home.

    Jen

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  14. Parting from family - always a difficult time.

    You might like the song I added to my post tonight.

    Have a safe trip back.

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  15. Oh, that time went fast Pamela. Have a safe journey home.
    Judith

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  16. A good trip home to you both. I can't imagine having my family half way across the continent as you do. Praise God for Skype and email and phones and all the rest and it's still not the same. Start planning the next get-together and all will be well.

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  17. Have a safe trip home and remember the happy time you had with your family! I hope you will get to visit them again soon.

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  18. I know how hard it is to leave those little ones and their parents - heart-ache-hard.
    I hope there's a package waiting for you when you get home. I sent four packages to England on the same day and they have arrived. Surely it wouldn't take longer to England than to NB!

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  19. Have a safe journey home. You have all the wonderful times to remember with your 2nd Christmas etc.. until you see them all again!! I know you chat on Skype to them, although not the same as being in the same room as them you can see them grow and talk to them with modern technology!! Take care, Jackie.x

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  20. I can identify with your feelings - it's always sad to leave those we love!

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  21. Safe travels home dear friend - I know it's always hard to leave loved ones when they're far away (I've done it for 50 years!), but knowing you'll return again, perhaps before too long, makes it easier. The lovely memories you now have of this visit will get you through the remainder of the Winter - before you know it spring will arrive and you'll be busy as a bee at home! Have loved your snowy pics - we actually had a nice light covering Sat. night after a day of just falling flakes., I loved it. You'd think I'd seen enough snow and ice recently, ha! ha!

    Take care Pamela, look forward to knowing you're home and relaxing after your great trip.
    Love, Mary X

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  22. I understand completely, Pamela. I just remember that they travel with me wherever I go - right here in my heart.
    Hugs,
    Zuzu

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  23. I know that feeling too - it's really hard. I felt so sad when my son headed back to the UK after Christmas. Thinking of you and praying the Lord will give you His peace and comfort.

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  24. Yes, the parting of ways is hard, but we can remember the good times and memories and pray, "God be with you until we meet again."

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  25. Pamela
    I know it's hard to leave..But in God's hands is the best place for them to be!
    I'm sure you're home now with a lot of catching up to do....
    Take your time, it isn't going anywhere.
    Blessings-Kimberly

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  26. Parting is such sweet sorrow.....until you meet again and hopefully it won't be that long!

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