Monday, September 24, 2007

Home.

My Grandpa died yesterday. He lived a long full life. I'm so happy for him to be done suffering. Heaven is a much better place for him to be ... meeting Jesus face to face, checking out his new mansion, seeing Grandma again. Now is the time to remember ... what a loving faithful man he was, his heritage of faith, and all the little things that we loved about him. (and the scrapbooker in me wants all those memories written down so they won't be lost and so that he will be remembered always.)

11 comments:

Melissa said...

I'm sorry to hear of your loss.
But, I'm sure he's up there dancing and singing praises.

:)

nicole said...

So sorry for your loss Kim! But nice to hear you are at peace with it...I will be thinking of you and your family!

jessi said...

so sorry kim!! but I am so happy to hear you at peace with his deaprture!!

have a beautiful monday!!

Stacy said...

i kinda wondered where ya got to i am so glad you are happy i am so happy for your grandpa he must be beyond excited right now hugs girl your mom must miss him when ya going to edmonton ?

camport said...

aww, that's awesome that he's back with your Grandma again.

Make sure to jot down all the really important stuff to remember while it's still fresh.

ditto on the being at peace with it.

:)

gold said...

Sorry about your lost.I will put you and your family in my prayers.

~Sasha Farina~ said...

So sorry or your lost! *hugs*

Liz Ness said...

Oh, I'm so sorry for your loss. HUGS to you and your family. Also, I am so honored to "know" someone with such wonderful faith and hope. Thanks for your post, Kim.

Lythan said...

What a wonderful tribute to your Grandpa. Knowing he was ready to go home to God can so help ease some of the pain of loss

mamaluke said...

Praise the Lord for those Godly saints in our lives... what JOY that they are with our Saviour!

dana said...

So sorry to hear about the loss of your grandpa. Glad to hear you are at peace knowing he's home. :)

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