Wednesday, October 29, 2008




I needed this today. I know without a shadow of a doubt that my Savior could have healed my baby. I guess I'm just wondering if he can heal my broken heart.

(You will need to pause the player on the side bar to hear the wonderful music on this video.)

4 comments:

Marc and Megan said...

Andrea, that is such a beautiful video... and I just love that hymn. That's the hymn we sang at my mission farewell... it always touches my heart.

And, I just want to give you my assurance that He will heal your heart... and, I'm here for you, however long that process might be. Love and hugs to you! Megan

neener said...

I can not view it it says it is not available any more. I know our Savior has held our babies... I hope he is holding mine today.

gcashton said...

Andrea, I am saying an extra prayer of comfort for you today. I know these feelings you are having. I know you've read this before--but sometimes I need to read it everyday. It's by President Hinckley from his wife's funeral program.
He said:
"It isn't as bad as you sometimes think it is.
It all works out.
Don't worry.
I say that to myself every morning.
It will all work out.
Put your trust in God, and move forward with faith and confidence in the future.
The Lord will not forsake us.
He will not forsake us.
If we will put our trust in Him,
If we will pray to Him,
If we will live worthy of His blessings,
He will hear our prayers."

I love this because I know it is written by someone who is well acquainted with sorrow and grief--and so it means so much.

Sometimes it feels like nothing can take the pain away. You are so right to look to the Savior for comfort. This video is beautiful--thank for sharing it. You are loved!

carolyn q said...

Hey, we are coming through the Saturday before Thanksgiving on our way to Disneyland or on our way home the Saturday after. . .I would love to work it out to be able to visit you.
Please let me know if you will be in town and if you have time in your schedule for a visit.

I appreciate all your thoughts you share. It is hard and I continue to struggle in missing my little one. This year has been one of the hardest for me. . .maybe because of the milestones missed. The pain is always there and when it gets incredibly unbariable I have to put it in Gods hands because he knows me and he would never do anything to hurt me. . .after all I am his Daughter. I know I am suppose to gain something from this challenge that will help me in no other way, but I think it's the frustration of facing that fact. . knowing I am to learn from this situation that is the hardest and most painful. I truly wish it didn't require my child's passing.