Sunday, May 10, 2009


I just wanted to say Happy Mothers Day !
Today was bittersweet. A day I find myself not wanting to "celebrate". I have a wonderful 14 year old son here on earth, A beautiful baby girl on the way, and an angel in heaven. When I think of today its just mixed emotions. I will always have this empty feeling inside. The question I most hated today was "how many children do you have" I always say 2 and one on the way. If they keep asking then I have to go into detail.Thats when it gets tough on days like today.

The Busiest Day In Heaven

It's the busiest day in Heaven
I'm planning a big surprise
To let you know I love you
And that no one ever dies

Even though your down below
And I am up above
I'm sending you my wishes
And all my angel love

It's really quite exciting
To plan this big event
For lots of gifts will come your way
And all are Heaven sent

First I'll take a bubble bath-
My splashes might cause some rain
But knowing all the fun I'm having
Will help to ease your pain

Next I'll get some pictures
In my halo and gown
So when you get to Heaven
You can show me all around

I have color crayons in Heaven
And I will draw some stars so bright
And place them in the sky today
For you to see tonight

Then Jesus will have story time
And I will sit upon his lap
He'll tell me all about you
Just before I nap

I'll awake full of energy
And play a game or two
Before I finish sending
All my love to you

After snack I'll write a song
For all the birds to sing
And know I've made you happy
With all the joy it brings

At night time I'll be tired
But I'll still hold you tight
My arms will wrap around you
And keep you through the night

And when you finally slumber
I will kneel and pray
Asking God to bless you
On this special Mothers Day

Your Little Angel

Author Unknown


The Creekbaums said...

You always find the best poems ever! From the first time I ever visited Drake's site, I noticed how great and uplifting your posts were and are. You always end them on a good note.

Can't wait to see you soon and, then later, Celia!
Leigh C.