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Posted by: Corry Roach on 9/22/2010 | 0 Comments

Today is the anniversary of my daughter Lindsay’s death. No cold sadness or hot emotion today, just a mother’s wondering what the world would have looked like had this sweet child lived longer than her lifetime of infancy. I am introspective, perhaps, as I muse with an inner dialogue about whether I’ve done enough with my life thus far to make her proud of me…There has, after all, been so much I’ve learned from her short time here with me. She made me realize how incredibly intense my love could be, and how difficult it was to learn about surrendering; letting go and letting God.

 



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