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Memories of Mollie

October 7, 2011... the day my world collided with Heaven... the day God took His miracle named Mollie home with Him... the day my life forever changed...
From the first moment I held you in my arms-- you held my heart...
I met my very best friend that day, who would love me unconditionally, unfailingly... a perfect love.
The Bible says... 'These three things remain... Faith, Hope and Love and the greatest of these is Love...
Without a doubt, Mollie, you are the greatest of these...
It was on October 22, 1996 that God created a Miracle named Mollie... It was three years ago, on October 7, 2011 He took His Miracle home... our hearts broke into a million pieces that day... shattering like glass.
We were introduced to God's Miracle, on a frigid Minnesota winter day in December. From the moment we saw her she came into our arms and into our hearts... we didn't choose her... Mollie chose us to be her Dad and Mom.
Thru out our years together, Mollie was a wonderful caretaker of our hearts... while she was with us there was never any danger of heartache... she loved us perfectly... an Agape love... unfailing... unconditional... unchanging.
Loving Mollie was easy... as easy as taking a breath... losing Mollie... took our breath away... three years later we are still a little breathless...
A piece of our hearts went missing the day she left... tender holes in the hearts she held for so many years... not a day passes without memories tugging at the hearts left behind... we laugh, we cry... but we always remember... the Miracle that holds the missing pieces...
Do you remember choosing Momma that day in December?Your sister ran to the back of the pen,but not you.You came right up to me, into my arms and into my heart.I fell in love with you in that moment and everyday you were with us we loved you more that day than the day before.Dad's and my hearts are breaking because you went to the Rainbow Bridge,and only seeing you again will make them whole.When you were diagnosed with the liver shunt at 5 months old and Dr.Ross told us you would probably only be with us from 2-5 years we knew we had to love you perfectly because you might be gone too soon.But you showed everyone and you lived with us for almost 15 years.Of course,Dad and I will always wish we had more.You filled our lives with so much joy and laughter;after all you were a funny little gal.
Do you remember being a tattletale?Sometimes you made your brother,Erik,so mad.Before you,he was an only child and then along came Mollie.He could be ruthless when he teased you but you always came to either Dad or me and let us know what he was up to.I remember the day we had Erik's graduation pictures taken.Dad and I wanted a picture with both of our children;the photographer asked me what was up with the two of you.You wouldn't look at Erik and he refused to let you sit too close.With a lot of patience we did get a great picture of our two kids but neither of you made it easy.Erik nicknamed you 'Stinks' because he said Dad and I spoiled you(which of course we did). For Christmas one year he even gave you doggie perfume to get rid of the spoiled Yorkie smell.The name stuck and you even answered to it.After Tucker A.Byrd came to live with us you and your big brother formed an alliance against poor Tucker that lasted the rest of your life.Erik loves you as much as Dad and I do and misses you so much.
God made you perfectly,Baby Girl,and there will never be another 'You'. Dad,Erik,Margo,and I love you so much. You touched so many lives with your sweet disposition and just being Mollie.We look forward to the day our family will once again be complete and until that day we will have huge a hole in our hearts that only you can fill.We love you,Baby Girl,and miss you every second of every day.
P.S.I know you loved your Aunt Chrissy as much as she loved you.
I thought of you today,but that is nothing new.
I thought about you yesterday,and days before that, too.
I think of you in silence,I often speak your name.
All I have are memories and a picture in a frame.
Your memory is a keepsake,from which I'll never part.
God has you in His arms,I have you in my heart...
Love, Mom
Mollie,in order to be able to write every day I take off some of our words placing them in a file I created just for you.The days that are special I will leave on your site.
10/22 Happy 15th Birthday,Mollie Girl!!!
I wish you were here to help us celebrate your birthday today.Just think,Baby Girl,you would have been 15 years old today.You didn't look your age you were always so beautiful.We never dreamed we'd celebrate this day without you;but we did get to have a lot of other special days with you,didn't we?Please celebrate today with all your friends;ask them to help you look for the balloons Dad and I are sending your way.Anna has a lot of experience catching balloons so I am sure she will help if you need her to.We ordered a little cake for you;remember I had told you could have a piece of cake and a scoop of Frosty Paws on your birthday.You are in our thoughts and our hearts on this day our 15 year old little girl.We wish we could say it is getting easier to be here without you,but we're just not there yet.We're still so sad but sharing our memories of you does make us smile,you always brought so much joy into our lives every single day.
Baby Girl,we miss you and would like nothing better than to have you with us again but we know you are in the only place where you can be healthy,happy,and young again.So have a very Happy Birthday,Little Girl.
Love, Mom,Dad and Tucker.Aunt Chris, Uncle Kevin, Sarah and Jordan, Riley and Piper.
10/31 Happy Halloween,Little Wizard.
I know you were never very happy wearing the wizard costume Aunt Chrissy made for you,but you always looked so adorable.Every minute we spent with you was God's treat to us.I love you so much,Baby Girl,Mom
11/24 Happy Thanksgiving, Mollie.
This morning I was thinking of all the blessings in my life and, you, my Mollie, are a blessing.I thank God for you and all the joy and love you gave me.I am thankful you no longer are old,sick and weak;but instead healthy and happy. Your love for me will carry me through the sad days for you are just a precious thought away. You,Miss Mollie,are one of the things I am most grateful for. Thank you Sweet Girl for all the memories,the joy,the love,and the happiness you gave to us.
12/24pm I need you to be with me on this sacred night, my Angel.I will look for you and I will find you in the music,the sermon,at the cemetery,in the stars,and in my heart,where you now live; you will be with me in this silent and holy night.I love you,my Angel.
The entire world should sleep in the peace of Heaven for... tonight a Child has been born unto to us,His Name is Prince of Peace,Wonderful Counselor.Sleep peacefully tonight,Mollie.
12/25 Merry Christmas,Angel,I am sending you every ounce of my love wrapped up in a huge red bow.
I am looking and finding you in the beautiful day just beginning.I see you on the sun that is starting to peak over the horizon. I see you in your brother's face.I see you in your Dad's arms.I see you in Hope.I see all this through my tears as my selfish heart weeps for you;but what I see most clearly is our love for one another and the joy that is YOU!How can I be sad when you make me so happy?Today my Christmas gift to you is I will wipe away my tears and wrap myself in your happiness,love,joy and of course,your hope.I will be happy and celebrate the blessing of Jesus' birth and the blessing that is you.I love you,my Christmas Angel,and will find you every where I look today.
01/01/2012 Happy New Year, Angel.
My prayer for the New Year is for healing and comfort for all who are in pain,grieving,or ill. I love you,Mollie Bean, for always and forever, Mom
4/8 It is because of this day over 2000 years ago I know we will be together again one glorious day; Happy Easter,my Mollie.
5/1 Happy May Day, Mollie,my heart is sending you a May basket filled with beautiful flowers and is watching you run around the May pole,chasing the ribbons.
7/4 Happy 4th of July!!!God bless America and God bless you,Little One.
*10/5 It was 52 Fridays ago that God kept His promise to you that He would only let us have you for a short while.On that Friday He came and took you home with Him to mend your tired little body and make you whole.He has made that promise to all of us and one glorious day,I believe He will come for me,too, Moll,and then our hearts will once again beat as one.Mollie,you were the magic of my ordinary days.
*October 7, 2011, the day our road trip came to an end and we reached your final destination. You continued on a journey without me and I am left to watch the sunsets and weather life's storms without you. Our journey here has come to an end, but our hearts still hold each other and our love becomes us.
*10/22 Mollie,sixteen years ago today,God created a perfect little miracle He filled your heart with unconditional love and you shared your love with Mom and Dad for nearly fifteen wonderful years.Today, we celebrate you,our life together and the love we shared.You made it so easy to love you,Mollie,and so hard to let you go.This is your second birthday we have had to celebrate without you.Special days like today are more difficult because you hold the missing piece to our hearts.We know that one glorious day our hearts will be made whole and we will celebrate all our special days together once again just as we did for so many years.Today,Mollie,is your sixteenth birthday;sixteen purple balloons filled with love and a kiss on each one are making their way to you.If love could have saved you we would be together rejoicing that you are sixteen years old today.
Happy,happy birthday,Sweet Mollie,we love you!!! Mom and Dad
10/31 Happy Halloween, my little Wizard!!! I have put your costume away,I know how much you liked wearing it(not!You were God's treat to Dad and me for your whole life.
11/22 Happy Thanksgiving,my Mollie.We are thankful for the miracle God made on Oct.22,1996;He breathed life into the miracle, named her Mollie and placed her in our arms and in our hearts.We love you,Sweet Girl,for always and forever.Mom and Dad
12/24 pm It is a silent,holy night,Mollie, a night of wonder and joy.I will look to find you in the music,in His Word,and in the bright,calm night.You will be the brightest star shining over us tonight at the cemetery and I will find you where now live...in my heart.You are my Christmas Angel,tonight, tomorrow and forever.Mom
12/25 Merry Christmas,Mollie,the world is rejoicing for unto us a Savior is born and with His birth comes the promise of that one glorious day when we will be together again!!!I am sending you all my love wrapped in a big box and tied with a big red bow.My selfish heart wishes you could have spent this day with us,but I remind myself you are only a thought and memory away.I will look for you in the wonder of this beautiful day that God has made.You are my Christmas Angel today and everyday.Mom
1/1/2013 Happy New Years!!!This year my prayer is for all we love to have a healthy,Hope filled,and joyful New Year.I pray the pains from the past heal and we can turn our faces towards the sun(Son)and find faith,hope and love.
2/14 Happy Valentine's Day,Mollie Bean.My heart belongs to you and loves and misses you so much.You are my Forever Valentine!!!
3/31 Happy Easter,my Mollie!!!He is risen...He is risen indeed!!!Because of this,Moll,I know one glorious day you and I will be together again...I will hold you in my arms for all eternity.
5/1 Happy May Day, Mollie,I know you will be running around the May Pole...catch the ribbons!!!
5/27 Memorial Day 2013
Remembering you is easy,
I do it everyday.
Missing you is hardest part,
it never goes away.
I love you!!! Mom
7/4 A day to celebrate love of family, friends and country, Moll. God bless America and God bless you.
***10/4 104 Fridays ago, our world tilted on its axis and came to a heart breaking stop. We received the call we had dreaded... Dr. Bisignano told us it was time... time to let you be free... time to let you find peace... time to let you go....
Loving you was so easy... as natural as taking a breath. Letting you leave... took our breath away.
Love wasn't enough to keep you here... but it was love that gave us the strength to place our Sweet Girl into the loving hands of God... He was the only One who could give you what you needed... rest for you tired, tiny body. Only God could heal you... all we could do was to love you enough to say 'Good Bye'...
***October 7, 2011... the day my world collided with Heaven... the day God took his miracle named Mollie home with him... the day my life forever changed...
From the first moment I held you in my arms-- you held my heart...
I met my very best friend that day, who would love me unconditionally, unfailingly... a perfect love.
The Bible says... 'These three things remain... Faith, Hope and Love and the greatest of these is Love...
Without a doubt, you are the greatest of these...
***Oct.7, 2013 marks the second anniversary of that life changing moment... the moment you went from our arms to His. Loving you was so easy, who couldn't help but love a miracle? Losing you has been so difficult, definitely one of the hardest things I have ever done... the emptiness of living in a world filled only with memories. Not a day has passed that you have not been in my thoughts... I think of you first thing in the morning, you are my last thought at night.... I think of you and smile; I think of you and cry... but I always think of you.
Even after all this time... my heart still hurts. It hurts its way thru each day; selfishly wanting what it cannot have... You... My head tells me you were no longer happy here and needed to be healed, not with my love but with the healing power of God's love. You left your tired, worn out body here and exchanged it for a healthy one in Heaven and knowing that causes my selfish heart to rejoice.
Even though there has been this pain since you left, I would not give up one moment of the 15 years I spent dancing with you on God's great dance floor. You were so tiny but your love for me was bigger than this world and I believe with every fiber of my being it was your love that brought Mollie's Hope into my life. She is my dance partner now, Mollie, and I will cherish each song with her just as I did with you.
I love you, Mollie Bean Hurst, with every breath I take. You hold the missing piece to my heart and I know you will keep it safe until that one glorious day... Mom
10/22 Seventeen years ago today, God created a wonderful miracle and shared it with us for almost fifteen years... You, Mollie Bean Hurst, are that miracle. We have spent every day of these past seventeen years loving you... who could not love a miracle? Our first moment together sealed our bond. You came into our arms and into our hearts the instant we met. We knew you were to be our little girl, our little Mollie. You gifted us with such joy and unconditional love every day we spent together. We always knew that you would bring your magic into our ordinary days... a sweet, precious magic that soothed us, healed us, calmed us and loved us. There is no greater magic or wonder than the love you gave us... the love God gave to our miracle, Mollie, to give to us. Time has lessened the hurt most days, but it has never lessened the love we have for you...
and today... we say 'Happy Birthday, Precious Mollie'!!!
We love you, today, tomorrow and for eternity, Birthday Girl!!! Mom and Dad
10/31 Happy Halloween, my Mollie, I am grateful for the wonderful treat God has given me...You!!! My heart is sad when I think my Little Wizard won't be delivering treats to the neighborhood children. You hated your costume but believe me you were adorable. I can still see you running across our front lawn with your wizard hat falling down on your head and looking like a miniature unicorn. I love you, Bean, and miss you so much.
12/24 It is the Holiest night of all tonight, Mollie... Christmas Eve. Tonight is a sacred and holy night filled with the promise of new life. We celebrate the birth of a Child, the One who will be called Wonderful Counselor, Everlasting God, Prince of Peace... tonight we celebrate Jesus.
On this most sacred night, I will look for you in the music, His Word, the candle light, the stars shining over head, and in the silence of the night. Mollie, you will be with me where you have lived these past two years... in my heart. Our love is alive because of the promise God full filled on this night of wonder.
12/25 Merry Christmas, Mollie!!! I am sending you all my love and tied it with a great big ribbon.
1/1/14 Welcome to 2014, Mollie, a brand new year has begun!!! My prayer for 2014 is we will find Hope, Joy and Love in the One who has blessed us with our family and friends, always remembering He is the center of it all..
2/14 Happy Valentine's Day, Mollie, you are the keeper of my heart...
***10/7/2014 third anniversary of Black Friday***
It was on October 22, 1996 that God created a Miracle we named Mollie...It was three years ago, on October 7, 2011 He took His Miracle home... our hearts broke into a million pieces that day... shattering like glass.
We were introduced to God's Miracle, on a frigid Minnesota winter day in December. From the moment we saw her she came into our arms and into our hearts... we didn't choose her... Mollie chose us to be her Dad and Mom.
Thru out our years together, Mollie was a wonderful caretaker of our hearts... while she was with us there was never any danger of heartache... she loved us perfectly... an Agape love... unfailing... unconditional... unchanging.
Loving Mollie was easy... as easy as taking a breath... losing Mollie... took our breath away... three years later we are still a little breathless...
A piece of our hearts went missing the day she left... tender holes in the hearts she held for so many years... not a day passes without memories tugging at the hearts left behind... we laugh, we cry... but we always remember our Miracle that holds the missing pieces...
***10/22/14 Eighteen years ago today God created in you a very special kind of love. Agape' love is as rare as it is pure and unconditional and is the only word that can describe how you loved us. You are Agape' love in the truest sense--a more perfect love does not exist. There is no greater love than the love you gave us; you were the essence of the word. We cherished your love and you for nearly 15 years and our hearts broke the very moment you left. Loving you was as easy as taking a breath, loosing you left us breathless.
Today, we hold each treasured memory of you in our broken hearts as we celebrate you and all the birthdays we spent together.
Happy 18th Birthday, Sweet Mollie, we love you today, tomorrow and for eternity. Mom and Dad
10/31/14 Happy Halloween, Mollie, you were God's treat to Mom and Dad for 14 Halloweens and we cherish the memories of each and every one, Little Wizard. Mom and Dad
12/24/14 Christmas Eve
It is the 3rd Silent Night, Holy Night without you, Mollie...
I will once again look for you in the candle light, in the music, in His Word...
I know I will find you in my heart where our love lives on...
Together we will celebrate the holiest night of all...
For unto us a Child is born... the Son of God...
He will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Prince of Peace...
He has come to not to condemn us, but to save us...
Because of that promise...
On one glorious day we will be together again...
Merry Christmas, Mollie Bean!!! I am sending all my love for you tied with a red ribbon. You were a wonderful gift from God... you gave us love, joy and brought us so much happiness... love you, Bean
Happy New Year, Mollie Bean Hurst.
My prayer for 2015 is... everyone will be blessed with good health, lots of love, hope and joy.
2/14 Happy Valentines Day, my little Sweetheart. You are my Forever Valentine and I will love you forever, Mollie. Mom
4/1 Hi, Mollie, today is the first day of April; actually it is April Fool's Day. When Erik was little he liked to play April Fool's jokes on us; he always thought he was so funny, didn't he? Well, my Mollie, one thing for sure--my loving you and missing you is no April Fool's joke!!! I love you and miss you so much and today is a day that I am really feeling you gone. The tears are so close, Moll. There is so much going on and sometimes, like today, I feel overwhelmed and that is when I miss you the most. You were always so in tune to my moods and always gave me comfort. I love you, Moll.
Today, J. went to the MOA with some of his karate friends to ride at Nickelodeon world. I am sure he will have a great time. Dad and I have been washing windows and putting in the screens. It should be getting warmer and it will be wonderful to have the fresh air in the house. I suppose with all the construction across the street from Bella and Toby's house it could almost be too dusty to have the windows open. I remember when they developed next to our land how awful it was.
Bean, if you get time will visit Julie, I have been thinking about her so much lately. I saw her Mom at church on Sunday and since then I have been dreaming and thinking about her. Tell I say 'Hi', okay?
Friday is Daddy's 65th birthday and whenever I ask him what he wants he tells me he just wants to be well again. I would give anything if I could make that birthday wish come true. Maybe I can't but hopefully, God will. I have nothing exciting planned because it seems as if everything gets put on hold lately, except surgeries, treatments and tests. On Monday, I am going with Chrissy and Kevin to Rochester to meet with the urologist who is going to assist in the surgery. I am not going to be able to go down the day Chrissy has her surgery because Dad has his final round of chemo that same day. Uncle Kev is going to take off the whole time she is down there and we will be taking care of Mikey, Stella, and Piper as well as helping Sarah with J-man. I am sure we will manage to visit a few times while she is in the hospital. Please tell Maddie and Riley Jo to keep their wings wrapped very tightly around my little Sissy okay, Mollie? Actually, we will need all the Angels at Rainbow Bridge to send down lots and lots of love.
Well, my Mollie, I need to get something from outside--when I was washing the windows in the loft one of Dad's decorations fell and I best get it before he sees it laying in the dirt. I love you, my Mollie, so very, very much. You put the shine in my sun and today I need a lot of shine. Mom
4/3 So Bean, I was visiting you and writing about Dad's birthday when all of a sudden I was sent back to Tiffy's page. I always visit her before coming to see you, so all the words I had written were not saved--darn it!
Please send your Daddy at least 65 puppy hugs and kisses, okay? He has already heard from Aunt Anita, Uncle Kev, and Erik and Megan. They all called early this morning probably figuring that really old people get up early. I asked Dad what he wanted for breakfast and guess what!?! Cream of Wheat--old people food. We are going to go to the Mandarin Buffet for lunch or dinner today. His taste buds are still affected by his last chemo and he thinks he might be able to taste that type of food more than any other--not my favorite but then it is not my birthday, right? Aunt Anita had a wonderful idea for a birthday/retirement gift... a camera. Erik and I had talked about it at Christmas time and then we forgot about it. Dad and I went online and found one he liked at Direct Buy so I ordered it. He is really excited about it. I love to give him gifts because I only get to do it twice a year--his birthday and Christmas.
Do you know what today is? another IMMF. I do miss you, my Mollie, Dad and I were looking on his computer of some pictures of you. You were so beautiful and I just remember how it was to hold you in my arms. You were so tiny, so soft and what I wouldn't give to hold you for just one more minute. One glorious day I will get to pick you up and then I will never let you go.
You put the 'Happy' in all of our birthdays, Mollie. I love you, Bean. Mom
4/4-4/16 Hi Mollie Bean. I know it has been awhile since I have written to you. I have been having a lot of computer trouble. We had it worked on but even today as I try to write it takes me out of your site and I lose all my words.It has happened twice already and is making me crazy.
As you know, lots and lots of things have been happening around here. We dyed Easter Eggs with Jordy (that is what he wants us to call him now) on the Saturday before Easter. On Sunday Dad and I went to sunrise service and then came home and baked our breakfast casseroles. We had a wonderful brunch out at Mark and Pam's--lots of good food. The weather was a little chilly but we still got the Easter Egg hunt in. Jordy and Spence found lots of Easter Eggs. Aunt Pam does such a good job with the egg hunt. Do you remember what a crazy Egg Hunter your bit brother was. I think to this day he still is. I sent him a picture of Jordy with his eggs and Erik called him an amateur.
On Monday I went with Aunt Chrissy to her appointment with the urologist that would be assisting Dr. Langstradt. He was very nice and answered a lot of our questions. We also saw the Stoma nurses that explained the difference between the incontinent and the continent types of urolostomies. Believe me, Mollie, neither sounded very good.
On Friday, after I got home from work we went to Iowa for the weekend. I really didn't want to be away from home but, Lulu and Sarah Jane were putting on a baby shower for Vincent. I couldn't miss that. We haven't been down to Iowa since February and I miss seeing the girls and the Littles. It was so good to visit with Don and Linda, too. Dad and I helped Linda get the food ready for the shower--it was a good thing we were there as Sarah Jane is not the most helpful gal around and Luce is too young. But it was a nice day and was good to see everyone. Dad and I left as soon as the shower was over because we wanted to see Aunt Chrissy before she went to Rochester for her surgery because I wouldn't be able to go because Dad had chemo on the same day. Well, at the very last minute I decided I would try to leave work early and go with her to her Monday Dr.s appointments. I just could not not be there, Mollie. I was there with her for all of the others and knowing I wouldn't be able to be there on Tuesday, Dad and I just had to go with her on Monday. Don and Linda were also in Rochester for Don's PET Scan and doctor appointments. We had dinner with them on our way home. And I am sure Sophie told you that her Daddy's test all came back negative for cancer!!! Isn't that great, Mollie?
Chrissy had her surgery on Tuesday and the doctors weren't able to preserve her bladder. She decided to do the bag on the outside as it has a lot less maintenance involved with it. If she were a little younger she might have chosen to do the continent one. I am so sad for her, Mollie, she is my little sister and I can do nothing but pray (and sometimes that just doesn't seem to be enough). I have not been to see her since the surgery. I have talked to Uncle Kevin--he and his Mom are staying with Chrissy. There are some concerns--she required 3 units of blood during the surgery and the doctors think she may have had a slight heart attack. Her before and after EKG's were very different. Cardiologists are now involved in her case. So far, the blood work is looking good for her heart, although, her hemoglobin count is going down. I am sure the doctors know what they are doing and she is in the #1 Medical Center in the world. If she has to go thru this I guess she is in the best place possible. Dad and I are going down on Saturday morning. I wanted to go on Friday after work but Dad scheduled the repairman to come and fix our washer and dryer. Please ask the Littles to keep their wings around her as she recuperates, okay?
Next Monday, we go down to Rochester for Dad's PET scan, MRI and blood work. We saw the oncologist on Tuesday and he told us that Dad's PSA was down to .87, which is very good but it is not yet zero. He thinks Dr. Kwon may recommend that Dad have another 3 session round of chemo. He told us as long as Dad's number is not zero, the cancer is still there. I guess we will have to wait and talk with Dr. Kwon to see what he wants to do. Dad is starting to feel the effects of the chemo,he wasn't able to sleep last night and he is very tired today. I wish there was more I could do for him, too. I feel so helpless, Moll, because there is nothing I can do for either Dad or Aunt Chrissy. And you know what, Moll? I just hate feeling this way. I want so much to do something!!!
I have to work tomorrow morning yet and then I am off for 4 days. Yesterday afternoon, Dad took the car over to Costco to have the tires changed and while he was gone the girls and I cleaned house. Oh, that's right, I forgot to mention that Piper and the birds are staying with us while Chrissy is in the hospital. So far so good, Mikey has only bitten and drawn blood twice. Stella flies around the room every time I take her out of her cage. We are not used to that as Tucker Byrd's wings are clipped so he doesn't fly. Tuck is a happy camper; he loves the company. I take him in with Mike and Stella so he can visit, he just loves it. Hope and Piper like to run and play together although Piper doesn't have near the energy that the Nabbit does. She is like the Energizer Bunny; she just goes and goes and goes.
Well, my Sweetest Girl, as you can imagine I have missed you so much. There were times in the morning on my way to work that I would find you in the sky (of course, you are easy to find--you are the brightest star) and I would just hold you so tight in my heart. I really needed you, Baby, you used to make me feel better when I was in a funk. It is not the same, but I pick you up and hold and kiss your urn. That is what I have for now. But one glorious day, Mollie, you and I will once again be dancing together on God's great dance floor, won't we? I love you to the moon and back, Bean, for always and forever. Mom
4/19 Oh, my Mollie, my heart is just breaking for Cheryl. I just wish there was something I could do or say that would help her pain. It is a cliche to say 'time heals all wounds';Cheryl and I both know that is not always true. Our hearts will always ache for our dearest little friends until that one glorious day when we meet at the Bridge and cross over it together. I believe that with my whole heart, Mollie, I truly do. When Cheryl texted me about Ashley, I started to cry. I could feel her pain in my own heart. I know what it is like to lose a blessing. Her words to Tiffy about her little family being all together brings tears to my eyes when ever I think about it. I thought the same thing about you and Maddie after you left me. I knew how much you missed your little sister--you were never quite the same. I think of the two of you together--Maddie doing everything her big Sissy does. Oh,my Mollie, I miss you!!!
We went down to Rochester yesterday to visit Aunt Chrissy. She was feeling a little tired but looked pretty darn good for what she has been thru. We will see her tomorrow between Dad's appointments. She will probably be coming home on Tuesday. I know Mikey, Stella and Piper will be glad to have her home. We have been trying to do things for them the she does but it is not the same. Piper, especially, misses her Mom. She follows me where ever I go and has such a sad look on her face. Hope tries really hard to get her to play; Hope can be a good little hostess if she wants (she can also be a Nabbit).
Dad is not feeling very good. His last treatment has really taken a toll. Hopefully, he will not need to have another session. I am rather anxious to get the results back on his scans. We do that on Tuesday. I am keeping my fingers crossed and saying lots of prayers.
Well, my Mollie, we are just about ready to have dinner. I love you, my Sweet Girl. Hope and I are sending lots of hugs to the Bridge for all of our Littles. Say 'Hi' to Ashely for me. I had hoped we would get to meet her this spring, but now that will have to wait for that one glorious when we are together again. Believe me, Mollie, it will be a glorious day. I love you, Mollie Bean Hurst, for always and forever. Mom

Poems and Stories

Sue Hurst (10/7/12): Love became us
Sue Hurst (11/14/11): A tiny piece of clay.

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