1. WOW! I found my way here from a comment you left at Allume. I have often wondered the same things, but this post really spoke to those fears. What an amazing daughter you have…and what hope you give me. : )

  2. Bonnie Gray says:

    Hi Cherry! Nice to meet you — what a wonderful, heart-tugging letter to share with us. It’s a blessing to see a child recognize the beauty of marriage in one’s parents. Thanks for adding this to the faith barista jam, friend!

  3. Mommie Kate says:

    How precious! I know you are proud to have such a sweet daughter. Thank you for sharing your story and reminding me that God’s grace covers even our mistakes when we repent and honor Him. I enjoyed “meeting” you through the Thankful Thursday link up.

  4. Simple beautiful and it is so wonderful how God uses are children at time to teach and bless us mightily.

  5. What a beautiful letter. Truly God does bring good out of everything. How astute of your daughter to realize it.

  6. Wow! So glad to have you over at THANKFUL THURSDAY today and I so enjoyed your very personal letter from your daughter. It reminded me of something my own daughter would do, her name is Annamarie, close to yours. What a great example of love and committment that you are passing down to her. Sounds like the gift of grace has been lived out in front of her. Good job! ((blessings))

  7. This hit close to home for me. I’m so glad you and yours have a happier home.

  8. Linking up right after you on Faith Barista – so glad I did! This was so beautiful to read – a picture of the grace of God, using all things for good. Thanks for the encouragement!

  9. What a beautiful, sobering, heartfelt, loving letter! God certainly does work all for the good of those who love him.

  10. I am SO weepy right now…that letter was amazing. You have an incredible daughter. I’m speechless at this point…

    Many {{Hugs{} to you!

  11. Wow, that choked me up. Wow. Truly God does make good out of everything. Praising him for your relationship and your tenacity in making it better to the benefit of all who know you, especially your children.

  12. Wow, you have done a wonderful job raising your daughter! She must have great role models. I can only pray that when my girls are a little older they will have the same kind heart that your daughter has! God bless.

  13. It is WAY too early to have me crying over my keyboard! That is precious! To have your children recognize you has to mean more than it coming from someone else. After all, they are molded and influenced by us, what greater responsibility can a person have? Thank you for sharing that beautiful letter. Your daughter sounds like a very smart, spiritually in-tune young woman!

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