We thank the Lord for a life lived for Him, and I am thankful for the brother-in-law she gave me. I’m thankful for those who loved enough to care for her to the end, thankful for a peaceful passing, and thankful she is with the Lord and rejoicing in His presence.
And I really wanted to say I’m thankful to Mr. Maehler for providing a blessed example of a husband who kept loving and caring through “the slow goodbye” of Alzheimer’s disease. Sir, may God richly bless you.
What a precious photo. While there is sorrow for the loss, what a wonderful treasure to also be able to rejoice.
I’ve turned the “snow” on the blog off while this is at the top of the page. It just didn’t fit.