Even though sometimes I don’t see
eye-to-eye with my daughter…I wish she would find a moment in her busy day to start up her blog again.
I looked forward to getting up every morning and running to my computer to check out my children’s blog sites, to see what they had written…drinking my first cup of coffee for the day, and reading about their adventures and their thoughts…And I do miss not being able to find Camellia in June.
I know she won’t be reading what I have to say, but I felt like saying it anyway. This may fall on deaf ears…but I needed to express how I felt about it.
Camellia could have left her blog intact and come back to it when she was ready. She would have received comments, encouraging her to write, which would have been forwarded to her email. Now she has no way of knowing what lives she was able to reach…which was her intention in the first place…to reach lives through her ministry.
My only contact with Camellia has been through her blogging and I miss not being able to have that contact. I miss her for purely selfish reasons.
NOTE* I have attempted twice to put one of my favorite pictures of her on this post, but blogger is not being very cooperative today...So I will have to be content to point you to her profile picture. Click on her highlighted name in the 2nd paragraph.