Day 2 of 30 Days of Thanks, must go to my amazing an darling daughter.
Giving life, was one of the most difficult things I've ever done. To say I was sick would be a grave understatement, and would be just the half. Emsley has pushed me beyond my levels of comfort and far beyond "my limit." She has pretty much demanded I grow, especially Spiritually.
Her prayer life is probably better than some of y'alls pastor's (Country Twang Intended) She prays about everything, not only does she inspire me to pray, she encourages me to pray.
A little fellow she had a crush on in her class started dating one of the other girls, and she asked me to pray with her. Pray this newly minted couple would break-up, because he was supposed to be her husband.--Ehh, Emsley I don't think this is appropriate.
1st: You can pray about anything.
2nd: You just need someone to agree with you
3rd: God knows your heart and will give you what you want in it.
Her spirit is so gentle and her relationship with Christ is so g
enuine. I had made the mistake of forgetting to do something, I can't even remember at this point. Emsley was so broken, and of course I felt terrible. I asked for her forgiveness.Immediately, she smiled and told me she was made out of the love of forgiveness.
She has a no nonsense approach to church and she gets enjoyment out of worshipping with her family. When I'm sad, her spirit uplifts me. She serves as much as a guide to
my life as I am supposed to serve to her life.
Bless her heart, she look just like her daddy and has Each and Every bad quality I have. She has taught me to love, most importantly, myself. Emsley; A gift from God. The epitome of her existence <3