The ramblings of a rooster collecting, cowboy lovin', country girl with a little renovating and crafting thrown in too!

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Remember to Say I love You

Today I want to encourage you all to remember to tell those around you how much they mean to you and how much you love them. Always remember that tomorrow isnt promised to any of us and in a moment your whole world can change.
The picture above is of a fathers hands and my post is in support of a dear friend and fellow blogger who lost her dad this weekend. TJ from Willowbend Prims and co-owner and creator of Prim Pals forum could use a few prayers from all of us. I thought of all of you and I knew as Prim Sisters and brothers we would be there for her as we always are for each other.

I lost my dad 10 years ago so I know all too well what TJ must be going thru. In her time of loss I wish her comfort and peace and love. Im going to share a poem and again remind you all Say *I love You* even when you are busy or tired or angry! You never know when you wont get to say it again.

You never said "I'm leaving"
You never said goodbye
You were gone before I knew it,
And only God knew why.

A million times I needed you,
A million times I cried
If Love alone could have saved you,
You never would have died.

In Life I loved you dearly
In death I love you still
In my heart you hold a place,
That no one could ever fill

Hugs and Prayers for TJ and family.


  1. Holli,

    Thanks for the wonderful reminder. I am sorry to hear of TJ's loss. I don't know her, but just became a member over at Prim Pals. Will have to pop on and offer my condolences. Have a wonderful Sunday.


  2. Very well said Sis.... We never know what tomorrow will bring. We need to remember to make each moment count with those we love. My prayers go out to TJ and her family.


  3. How true tomorrow isn't promised and today is a GIFT! I am sorry to hear about TJ's loss, I have been there myself, I will stop by and let her know that I am thinking about her and her family and will be keeping them in my prayers.

  4. Holli, those words are oh so true... My heartfelt sympathy and prayers go out to TJ and her family.

    Love that picture of your Daddy's hands, so special. There is something special about the bond between a Daddy and his daughter, I loved mine so much, he will be gone 20 years this's hard to believe

    Blessings, Traci

  5. My heart and prayers go out to TJ.
    Thank you for the reminder but I will never forget to tell those around me how much I love them. It is something you can never hear too much!

  6. Saying prayers for TJ and her family.

  7. Sista' thank you soooo much from the bottom of my heart for your friendship,thoughts and kind words...This has been REALLY hard for me and my family and it sure helps to have such wonderful support from everyone ! Love ya Girl !