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Hi everyone! Welcome to my blog where I desire to bring awareness to the MS disease through my transparent everyday journey. By sharing a piece of my life, I wish to promote change and inspire those who read. Please enjoy and share these stories with someone who could use a word of encouragement.

         "I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength"  - Philippians 4:13

  • Writer's pictureLisa Ray

Grandparents are the glue...

You are the glue that keeps us all connected, to the ancestors of our family to ensure we respect it.

Keeping family together with unconditional love, teaching lessons of resilience, showering us with your wisdom and more

Loving and kind like our creator, protecting like a lion, a King, a lioness Queen...making us all feel special, believing in us and in our dreams

Matriarch, Patriarch - the head of our tribe, here or in Heaven, in our hearts always alive Wearing many hats, advocating for us to have a place in life, with respect and dignity, like Jesus paid the price, you have sacrificed

Keep tradition alive, Sunday family dinners, celebrating birthdays and enjoying life Keepers of secrets, recipes with your special spice

Homemade lemonade and sweet tea too, perfect in taste made just right by you Making everything special in our life; Grandmother that’s how you made us feel

because you loved us with the truth and always keep it real

Grandfather the jack of all trades, provider protector, teacher of faith We always felt secure you made sure we had plenty of food, but also taught us manners and how not to be rude

We will always cherish Mother to the motherless, Father to the fatherless

Grandparents your support and love helped us grow We honor and appreciate you more than you’ll ever know

Following the son, our Father Jesus Christ

Thanking you for directing us in this circle of life. Well done!

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