Danielle Theresa ann c.m
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Do you have a favorite Christian radio station? If so, please tell us!
98.1 fm
Who are some of your favorite Christian artists?
dont really know names but if i hear the song ill know
Please share one or more of your favorite Inspirational songs.
I dont really have one i like the ones that i can relate to but i hear alot of christian music from family members and when it comes on i know the song but nvr thought to ask for the title
Some of my favorite book authors include:
v.c andrews
What I hope to discover/share on this site is...
i hope to share my experiance of losing my gramma who i was very close to and i hope to discover myself again and find that happiness again that i lost that light i once had.
If I created a support group here, it probably be about (subject)...
cancer and death aah i hate those to words especially in a sentence
I have children:
Yes--Living at home

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having hard time grieving

Posted on April 25, 2011 at 4:14pm 5 Comments

Well this is my third blog and I thought things would get easier but yesterday I woke up easter sunday and let my babys open thier baskets but the reality of my gramma being gone hit hard and now im having panic attacks and I feel scared I dont wanna do nothing but cry and sleep.Im so scared of everything and it all hit at once every year my gramma had a easter dinner but this year was different I dont know what to do.Im more lost than ever I feel all shaky inside and it was so hard getting…


I found god again thanks to all you wonderful people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted on April 13, 2011 at 2:00am 3 Comments

A couple of days ago I put up a blog about my grammas passing and I got so many encouraging comments.Today i woke up and the first thing I did was pray and talk to my gramma i felt so good today.I actually smiled and laughed without faking the day seemed so bright and gorgeous.It was the first time I talked to god since my gramma got sick.I opened my windows and curtains more than i usally do to let god into my house and it felt good.Even though i havent greeved yet.I know im gonna be…


I just needed to tell someone my story and i need advice so confused right now.

Posted on April 11, 2011 at 12:17am 32 Comments

ok well first of all I am 20 years old as of april 2 and i lost my gramma patsy to an unknown cancer she had masses in her lungs and pelvic area. I tryed to be with her everyday but its hard when u have a new bb and a 2 year old.she fought so hard because she knew i needed her so much.But the cancer got the best of her and she passed away march 5 2011.She was just like my mom and heres the best part she couldnt have kids and my biological grandpa married her before i was born.My grandpa who i… Continue

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At 1:10pm on April 2, 2012, Janette Goins said…

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At 2:28am on April 16, 2011, Raymond Rambo said…

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I can promise you this much, time heals all wounds!  It doesn't make the scars go away and that's good because it helps us to remember all the time God has been faithful and given time your wounds will heal too.  But in the meantime, just trust in God and His love for you - He loved you so much, He sent His only Son, Jesus to die on the cross to provide a way back to Him.  I know that one day, I will see my mother again and I know that if she had the chance to come back, she wouldn't want too for anything!  I take pleasure knowing that one day I will be with her again - in Heaven.  A place where there are no more tears, no sin, no death.  I also know my children will be there with me also.  I really believe God has allowed this divorce to be able to truly touch my wife's life in a special way.  She has always known Jesus with her head, but not with her heart.  I know it sounds stupid but I would rather have a sister in Heaven, than a wife in hell.  If I have to lose her to accomplish this, so be it - but it's not easy.  But I do know he will be with me all the way through.  He doesn't call us to be perfect, just faithful!  I rather trust Jesus, who I know loves me, He proved it on the cross, than just wander around lost....

Take care and God bless!

At 2:27am on April 16, 2011, Raymond Rambo said…

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I also found peace by spending time with my children, telling them stories about their Grandmother and remembering all the good times we had shared.  Grieving is a necessary part of the healing and having a good cry really helped.  Usually this happened when I would go for a walk or spend time by myself.  I just know that God is our Father and creator, He knows exactly how much we can stand and He promises not to put more on us than we can stand.  Quite often I wondered if He got me mixed up with someone a whole lot stronger - just kidding but it felt like it.  Finally I realized, no He was right - I could stand it, with His help and I became a better person for having understood that fact and that He was using this to help me grow in my faith.  If I didn't have my faith to hold on to, I really don't know that I could have made it.  I'm still struggling right now with the divorce with my wife and really her family.  Her mom I believe is the one who's really pushing for the divorce.  I spoke with my inlaws yesterday and my mother in law is almost possessed about the whole thing.  She seems to have made it like a vendetta for some strange reason.  But right after talking with them, I saw my wife at the store and she was doing fine.  We talked a little but I think she's been told we do this, but it had better go thru this time!  Maybe I wrong but I know how she controls my wife and always has.  I'm sorry for carrying on about my problems but talking, or typing really helps you be able to think everything out.  I've written the whole story out 3 or 4 times and each time I think of something I had left out.  Each time after I do it, I seem to get some relief and it has really helped me process all that has happened.


At 2:24am on April 16, 2011, Raymond Rambo said…

Dear Danielle:

It's not easy, especially in the beginning but you just have to take it one day at a time.  I found the most peace when I read my Bible and would read God's promises to His people.  He always came through for the nation of Israel when they were faithful to Him.  And as a Christian, I am grafted into His family and the nation of Israel.  The promises He made them are as true for me - the promises to never leave me, nor forsake me.  He doesn't promise anyone tomorrow, but only today and He provides the grace and mercy to make it one day at a time.


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At 10:25pm on April 12, 2011, June Crosby said…
This is why God gave others to us! We are here to help each other and to be their strength when they have none! God Bless you little sister! And always remember He has a purpose for everything that He does! Just hang in there - keep praying for your own healing - and know how very much God Loves you!!!
At 5:30am on April 12, 2011, Dusty Richardson said…

You're welcome over on the Porch anytime.....I'm usually there...just give me a shout out in the Chatbox!!   And be sure to go to the sitemap on page 2 and check out the Memorial Garden....if you'll email me a jpg pic of Gramma, I'd be honored to add her to our family!

Holler if you need me!!
Love Dusty


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