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  1. Prayers work miracles. God hears each and every one of them. Please, fight the oppression with all you've got. You have my prayers, and a great deal of support from those here.
  2. Thank you. In my family whenever either of us went anyplace, we never said, "Good bye." We always said "See you later and I love you!" Jacie's last words to me were "I love you too!" Good Bye was too final. Little did I realize that those would be her final words to me. I know she's in a better place, but I have yelled and cried out that I want her back. I don't know how much she wrote here, I can't bring myself to look for everything yet. She became friends with someone here who she grew to love so much. That friend knows what Jacie was really like, the friendship blossomed in the short time she was here. That's the kind of person she was. She cared about people. My profile picture is Jacie Lynne. I keep it up in honour of her love for Jesus. I change the photo from time to time, but it will always be her. God Bless
  3. From what I have read, the post she really poured her heart out on was her testimony. She opened herself up to people she didn't know. I was shocked when I read it for a few reasons, but I never knew that there was a time that she didn't believe until I read it. As far as what Jacie would have done was thank Jesus for everything you've got, and never forget to do random acts of kindness. My oldest daughter is very serious but holds the same values. Thank you for the prayers, Shanee. It was 3 months ago today that she went home to Jesus. It's a hard day. God Bless, Kate
  4. I had forgiven him, but when I found out he was drunk all forgiveness went out the window. There is never a reason to even drink so much as one alcoholic beverage and drive. My anger returned. After many tears, I asked myself a couple of questions: "What does Jesus want me to do?" I knew the answer. My second question was "What would Jacie want me to do?" I knew the answer. Yes, I have forgiven the man. I used to write a lot of poetry and short stories. This just suddenly popped into my head last night. I don't know where it came from. "The tears are still there, they won't go away. They just keep on flowing day after day. Please help me Lord, I don't want to wait Please help me Lord, before it's too late."
  5. Thank you for asking KPaulG. As you know, Jacie was killed on 19 April. Her car was hit by a driver who blew a red light. I found out a few days ago that the man was drunk, and I now know who he is. He has been charged with vehicular homicide. Some days, I can sort of hold myself together, other days, I honestly can't.
  6. This is beautiful. Psalm 23 was Jacie's favorite. Though it's difficult, I find myself drawn to her page at times. She spoke kindness. Bits of memory are returning from a few days after the accident. Seizures from epilepsy wiped out part of my memory, it's a very common thing to happen. There have been so many people who gave me excellent advice and wonderful scriptures to help me through this. I'm finding them on the site. I'm beginning to remember who told me what on phone calls from people. That really helps. Thank you and God Bless.
  7. I'm praying for you, Kwik. I pray that everything works out well for you and that you don't have to be dragged through all of this anymore. No one should ever be treated the way that you have been treated by that woman. God Bless.
  8. Thank you. She will forever be in my heart. She is with Jesus now.
  9. Thank you. I am very sorry for your loss. I, too, have no words.
  10. Thank you. My profile picture is my youngest daughter, Jacie Lynne. She was a member here until she was killed in a car accident on April 19 of this year. She was 24 years old.
  11. There were more than a few who never made it home. There have been thousands of troops who never were able to walk on American soil after they left for deployment.
  12. I, as well as thousands of Americans, celebrate America's Independence on July 4. Always have, always will. No one will ever change that. The Continental Congress approved the final wording of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. They'd been working on it for a couple of days after the draft was submitted on July 2nd and finally agreed on all of the edits and changes. July 4, 1776, became the date that was included on the Declaration of Independence, and the fancy handwritten copy that was signed in August (the copy now displayed at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.) It’s also the date that was printed on the Dunlap Broadsides, the original printed copies of the Declaration that were circulated throughout the new nation. So when people thought of the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776 was the date they remembered.
  13. Happy Birthday Abby_Joy! Have a great day!
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