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My Christmas Prayer To Momma

     I remember been ten years old daddy and I kneeling beside my bed, saying a Christmas prayer to you. He said "your momma is with Jesus now", and I know you're going to miss her. But always remember in in your heart and you will never be apart.
    I'm sending this Christmas Prayer to you; to let you know I still thinking of you, and I always hold the memories in my heart. That's why I'm sending this Christmas Prayer to you.
    I'm twenty nine now and I still kneel beside my bed to say my Christmas Prayer to you. Momma, I wish you were here to help my kids and I trim the tree, it was so much fun trying to guess what Santa bring and eaten candy from the stocking we so carefully hung.
    I'm sending this Christmas Prayer to you; to let you know I still thinking of you, and I always hold the memories in my heart; that why momma I'm sending this Christmas Prayer to you. "Merry Christmas Momma" "I always love you".

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  1. Date: 4/19/2013 1:06:00 PM
    I love the idea of writing a Christmas prayer to your mom. I thank God that my mom is alive. I never want to lose my mom ever. Just the reassurance that your mom is in Heaven with God and someday you will be reunited with her should fill your spirit with hope joy and gladness.

  1. Date: 4/17/2013 5:26:00 PM
    Another incredible write. Thanks so much for sharing these. Glad to see that hopes are up. It's a beautiful thing! The way you incorporated this experience or message into works gave a lot of emotional impact. Way to go. Always, Laura