I promised Rosie that I would publish her poem each Christmas so her
family could come and see her page and her message to them.
I have kept my promise each year and each time I feel closer to
her.  A very Merry Christmas to her family.

The thoughts of Rosie, a brave and courageous, loving Mother, who has a terminal illness. Put into words by Southbreeze and published for her children and all others in hopes it will give encouragement. For most of her life she was a professional clown that made so many smile through the years. She is the founder of an organization for terminally ill children, "The Lolli-Pop Foundation", which has granted the wishes of almost four hundred terminally ill children and funded by monies earned from Clowning.

Click on Picture above to read about Rosie.

"And we know that all things work together for good
to them that love God, to them who are the called
according to his purpose"
Romans 8:28 .
 

My Christmas Gift To You

There are so many things I wish to say,
To help you through your grief.
I pray God to help me with the words,
So you hold fast to your belief.

No occasion justifies bitterness,
Use every occasion to see God's will.
He has a plan for each of our lives,
We must listen and be still!



Don't let sorrow cause you to doubt,
God is aware of everything.
Nothing is too deep that God can't feel,
To our faith we all must cling.

You each are so very special,
Have a special place in my heart.
I've loved you as no other and,
Proud in your life to have a part.



Remember me as we once were and,
Not as though we're apart.
You can see me anytime you want,
Just look inside your heart.

Whenever you need me I'll be there,
Loving you all the while.
Remember I'm the funny clown that,
Always made you smile!



Think of me singing in the celestial choir,
Praising our Father all day long.
Reunited with family and friends,
I'll be home where I belong.

Let's Fill our final days with joy,
Don't waste our days in sorrow,
This is the beginning not the end,
For all my tomorrows.



There will be no more sorrow,
I'll be free and no tears.
Forever and ever I will remain,
With Jesus through the years.

I'll wait for you on Heaven's porch,
And you one day I'll see.
We will bask in the love of Jesus
And from pain and grief be free.


~southbreeze~

Rosie passed away 3-5-05.  Her memory
will live on for those that knew and loved her.
I will always give thanks that God crossed our paths.
 


 

 

 

 

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