Every day my husband shows me true love. He has been for over 14 years now. So I am going to blog his love for me! To do so there will be comparisons at times to my first husband & marriage. This is not to "bash" or harp on him or those years. It's purely MY LIFE. This is more like a diary of my heart & life. Not really for anyone but me, but if anyone can learn through my mistakes (past and present). Then I pray that God will use my life to his Glory!
dear and treasured friend of mine posted this on her Face Book. I did not know
about it till now.
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day is a day of remembrance for pregnancy loss
and infant death, which includes but is not limited to miscarriage, stillbirth,
SIDS, or the death of a newborn. It is observed annually in the United States
and Canada and, in recent years, in the United Kingdom and in the Australian
State of New South Wales, on October 15th .
The day is observed with remembrance ceremonies
and candle-lighting vigils, concluding with the International Wave of Light, a
worldwide lighting of candles.
Picture by Jessie Ruffridge
I love you! You know we have
talked before about my miscarriages, but I never knew there was a special day
set aside for other's to remember and show love and support! I have always
taken time on Dec.3rd to
remember my babies because that was the date of my first miscarriage. I found I
had to remember and love them but was wasting time God had given me with my
family and friends by remembering every date of each miscarriage, every
"would have been birthday"…
I don't understand God's reasons
or plans for why so many of my Babies have gone to Heaven so soon. So I have
just always considered the day I lost Tara as my day of remembrance. It is
comforting to know that there is a day where other people remember and
recognize the horrible pain and loss that parents suffer. I love you and am
praying for you, as always!
Thank You Jessie, this will make
this Dec. 3rd the easiest one
I have had in 20 yrs!