Tuesday, January 10, 2012

LIFE'S LITTLE MIRACLE

So many, many, things take place
along life's busy way
to make us laugh, and cry and sing
each and every day ...

But the Little Miracle secure
within your eager arms
is your lease on happiness
with her captivating charms ...

So cherish and enjoy her
guide her, help her when you can
and when you see her stumble
reach out a loving, steady hand ...

Then when she's big and stands alone
be not afraid to let her go
to walk her path
with head held high
for God and Love hath made her so.

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Picture is of my beautiful daughter, Bess.
She has grown into an amazing and wonderful young woman!
She is a blessing in my life!

42 comments:

  1. beautiful...our children are sucha blessing in our lives...does not surprise me she has grown into a wonderful woman...smiles.

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  2. What a precious photograph, Margie! What a complete sweetheart! :)

    Yes, they grow too quickly, don't they? But, oh, it's wonderful to watch them make their own way in the world, isn't it? My children never fail to amaze and to continue teaching me things...and I love seeing the world through their eyes as much now, as adults, as I did when they were wee little things.

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  3. What a beautiful poem...your daughter is precious in that photo. I also have a daughter who I treasure...I'm glad that you visited my blog and that my post helped raise your spirits - that makes me happy. Have a great day! :)

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  4. What a beautiful picture and a beautiful poem, lovely!

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  5. oh my, so precious and so too your beautiful words of children
    Love Gail
    peace.....

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  6. Wow, she is a beauty!
    That poem is such a keeper.

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  7. Oh wow! So beautiful princess you have! :) How old is she now? So happy to see your princess here, very inspiring poem included, thanks a lot Margie,:) Same here, I was blessed with one princess too, and my pic here is my angel, and she's 13 yrs old now, but the memories of her being my little angel is always here with me, that's why I chose her baby pic to be my profile pic,:)

    Thanks for this wonderful poem you've shared today.:) I really love it! :) *hug and kisses*

    God bless you and your whole family! *smile*

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  8. Such a *beautiful* poem, Margie! So glad you're writing again!

    The photo of your daughter is *adorable* and adds an extra element of beauty to the subject of your poem! I especially loved the last verse! Children are, indeed, life's little miracles!

    Much Love, Fiona x0x

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  10. Hello Margie,
    I must say your daughter was a beautiful baby! I'm sure she is now a beautiful young woman.
    This is such a touching poem.
    It makes me think of my own daughter. This is perfect mother/father daughter poem.
    Have a wonderful evening!
    Lydia

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  11. wonderful poem, Margie. So nice to see you writing again. Ah- children - we give to them when they are small and they give to us for the rest of our lives - such enjoyment and enrichment have been the blessings of my life.

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  12. Good to see you writing again.Like your other blog too - I am such a cat person!
    With such a loving mother, your daughter surely is blessed and bliss!

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  13. What beautiful words of love for your daughter! Thank you for blessing us with this poem!

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  14. Oh Margie what a beautiful poem for a beautiful daughter. Hope you print this out and frame it.
    ....:-)Hugs

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  15. H this is angelic, so you, what love, what a beautiful baby, and a lovely woman, you bring warmth and comfort, always

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  16. Hello Margie.
    What a cute baby your daughter was. As parents, we set the first stones of the foundation for our children to build upon (grow). Your daughter is extremely blessed to have such a warm & kind mom. This is indeed a lovely tribute & I agree with Bernie, you should frame it & give it to Bess as a gift.

    Lovely photo.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Zealous For Your Love

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  17. What a loving, sweet poem of mother about daughter.

    This little one has,I'm sure, become a big blessing to her parents. Lovely baby in the picture; we wish to see the picture of the lovely young woman too.

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  18. Margie!! You have made my heart smile! Thank you! I love the photo and I love the poem! So touching!!! Big Hugs ;o)

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  19. Beautiful image and what a lovely poem, a great tribute to the bond between a mother and a daughter.
    Truly lovely dear Margie,
    xoxo

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  20. Such a precious shot! Just lovely.

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  21. oh what a gorgeous picture so cute and what a sweet poem with a great message

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  22. Margie you never case to amaze with your talent to bind the love in your heart, with words and the beauty of your child. A wonderful poem my friend. :)

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  23. Such a beautiful picture of your daughter Margie and what you've written is so true.Children are indeed the greatest miracles in our lives.My little ones are my strength and motivation to carry on with my daily struggles and challenges.

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  24. Hi Margie, Thanks for passing by again with my blog! :) I would love if you will pass by again this time! :) *hug and kisses* Keep on smiling*:) Wonderful day to you! :)

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  25. speachless..real words straight from a mother's heart..I love it Ms. Margie..thank you for your post..it made me smile ;)

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  26. This is a beautiful tribute to your lovely daughter, Margie. The photo is a treasure!

    Having three daughters myself I know exactly what made you write this wonderful poem.

    Blessing to all your family.

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  27. Beautiful Margie...I love the mother's poem. As much as we love them, we must let them go.

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  28. Margie,

    The love you have for your beautiful daughter is so very obvious from your words.
    I could use the same words to express my love for my darling daughter Clare.....
    Blessings indeed.

    Happy New Year to you and yours Margie,
    Eileen

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  29. Thank you for sharing a little bit of your gift with us today.

    Goodlife my friend,

    Robby

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  30. That's so so so cute Margie...m so touched...lovely post once again! :))

    Love,
    Sam..

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  31. Gorgeous picture and poem. Bess is one lucky daughter!

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  32. what a little doll! lovely words here too.

    Hugs Margie, G :<)

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  33. No matter how old they get, they will always remained our babies ;D

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  34. I just enjoyed a visit from my now grown up daughter. It's always interesting to note the point at which you start learning from your children! I treasure her visits!

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  35. such a beautiful picture and such lines! :)
    am sure, you are a proud mommy! and thanks Margie, for being there and making your presence felt. it means a lot!

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  36. Thanks again my friend for your comment on my Vimeo. I'm so glad you made the first one.

    Goodlife

    Robby

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  37. This is a very wonderful and heart-felt written poem my friend! I love this and your pretty little baby and angel now a beautiful and smart young woman is truly a gift to you from Above :)

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  38. Dear friends
    I so appreciate all the wonderful comments!
    I thank you so much for taking the time to visit and leave the comments!
    They meant a great deal to me!

    love
    Margie

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  39. What a beautiful poem and baby!

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  40. Sometimes we forget how tiny they were .. when we held them in our arms ... fed them ... dressed them.
    Life ... how beautiful

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  41. We sometimes forget that the life is a beautiful opportunity.
    We are selfish and we don't want to help who have a problem.
    But our life and our friends and families are special.
    An italian girl..
    Laura

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Each day comes
bearing its own gifts ...
Untie the ribbons.

-Ruth Ann Schabacker