Sunday, July 8, 2007

Daddy's little girl I'll never be..

Well as most of you know tomorrow is Monday. I don't like Mondays very much because
my best friend goes back to work and it takes a few days to get the kids back on track..
The little ones cry after him when he leaves and I have to tell him to leave quietly because
when they hear that door shut they start crying..I wonder what that is like to have a daddy whom
you love being around and they love being around you. My dad was a drinker and that was his passion and it still is. I see what my children have and I for the first time realize what I missed as a little girl. I can't imagine my dad telling me how much he loved me and missed me when he was away. I can only recall a few times that he ever said he loved me. He still drinks now and so I don't see him that often and my children are missing out on a grandpa.I feel sorry for him because he is missing out on my children...He doesn't get to hold alittle soft baby or take the boys fishing or have someone hold his hand .He is alone with his alcohal. He is by himself and my house is so full. It's true what ever your passionate about will be revealed in your life..
I hope our life reveals our passion for our family and our love for the Lord and our love for all these children the Lord has blessed us with.


Brandi said...

What a sweet post. . .click on my friend's link she has a great blog about her heavenly father and learning to be thankful for him that's really touching, you'll love her!

Love you and praying for you guys,

Kathy, Jeff's Wife said...

I'm with you on this one. And the older I get the more I miss having a Dad. I told Jeff last night that he is the only man that has never deserted me and that I could trust.

Praise God we're breaking the cycle.

I think the challenge will be finding husbands for our daughters that are worthy of their Dad's approval.

God is good to us.


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