Happy Belated Thanksgiving

Well with Thanksgiving behind us and Christmas to come, I’m having a hard time getting excited about Christmas.  Thanksgiving was harder than I thought It would be.  The whole day I kept thinking how David would of loved to be visiting with my Grandpa, Dad and Uncle about Cars, Hunting, and much more.  Eating plenty of good food and dessert then telling me that he eat to much.  Although I enjoyed seeing my moms side of the family it just wasn’t quite right not having David there with all of us.  I miss him more and more everyday, but it seems going to family get togethers are harder since I am going by myself with out him.  David was an extension of my heart and soul and now it’s broke in half, but it will be put back together when David and I meet in Heaven and at least I have that to hold on to.  God has really been speaking to my heart and teaching me to be Strong and Courageous and know that He is with me…  and to know that I will see David again, and that God will heal my heart in time.

Psalm 91:1-2

 Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High
   will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.
2 I will say of the LORD, “He is my refuge and my fortress,
   my God, in whom I trust.”

Comments

  1. Mick says:

    Tiffany,
    I want to echo some of Rev. Burkes’ comments. David’s death will not be in vain. A battle cry is indeed rising up across the nation. Prayer and fasting is taking place. David’s death will raise a battle cry among those who think justice is worth fighting for. Many of us have not forgotten David. The Rev. was correct about one other thing. God will NOT be mocked! He will bring justice for DAVID. It is coming very soon.
    BRING DAVID HARTLEY JUSTICE!

  2. Maria Moreno says:

    Hi I am here from the Rio Grande Valley and it is so sad to know that this war of drugs is not only affecting the people in Mexico but us too, I hope that you do get to have David back, I sometimes wonder why they dont want to give him back to you and his family, God will make them pay for what they did. Life is hard on us and sometimes things happen to us that are unexpained but dont loose hope maybe at the end you will see the victory through David. Remember him as he lived not how he died.

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