A soul gone Home

I’m 27, my doctor thinks I’m 17 but Mum says I act like I’m 7.  Go figure. . .

With such endearing terms, our young friend wrote 40 posts and her last one was filled with thanksgiving for various people in her life. I am blessed to have been a part of her life although I never really had a face to face encounter with her in the RCIA. Certainly she was there for several sessions, but with more than a hundred people and with a full session each week, I never met her.  . . Praise God1

A young woman filled with life

A young Catholic baptised in hospital

She was determined to live

And she does

Now and forever

In the embrace of God

Our loving Father!

May your soul rest in peace, through the mercy of God!


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