One Year On

I am not sure what to feel today. It’s been a whole year, and yet sometimes it only feels like last week she was running around looking for hugs and affection.

There just are no words.

The original posts:
Blessings & Heartbreaks
Dangerous Wonder

In memory of Cheryl Scullion.


2 Responses to “One Year On”

  1. 1 Jimmy McPhee December 2, 2006 at 7:48 pm

    Sometimes we pick up the book of life and it’s in a language we can’t understand
    I’ve often wondered why God doesn’t intervene to stop terrible things heppening
    I was thinking about this when I was reading your post and it came to me
    that God could not intervene any more than he already has done in the person of Christ
    I think the answer to the question – Where is God ?
    is that he is on the cross totally intervening in the suffering of humanity .

  2. 2 emmsy December 7, 2006 at 6:01 pm

    That’s a really interesting way of looking at it, thanks for sharing.

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