So far, my favorite page is called "Bride of Heaven" and her poem goes like this:
"I'm home! What's for dinner?" Joseph called,
Tracking sawdust across the clean-swept floor.
She smiled as the old carpenter bussed her cheek,
and rubbed the knots from her shoulders.
"Lamb stew. But first come and play.
Your Son said 'Abba' today."
His eyes lit up. He was so blessed.
....baby Jesus gurgled with glee,
as his mother's eyes sparkled.
Bride of Heaven: Most of your days were filled with such ordinary moments as you cared for your small family. Pray that we might please our heavenly Father in the ordinary moments of our days. Amen.
Thank you, Heidi, for writing this small wonderful morsel of love and encouragement for all. Your book has done more for me today than anything that I can think of. The gift of peace and patience.
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