Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Guess!

Who is she who walks by day
in a fairy sort of way
as fleet and filmy as a cloud
but with golden grace and proud?

Who has eyes so softly blue
sheer lake waters shimmer through 
and her dimples - one, two, three 
angels patterned playfully?

Who has laughter, bubble-bursting
and for shining paths is thirsting 
who loves frogs and woodsy walks
and who talks and talks and TALKS?

Let me think! 
oh, I can guess -
You, my dearest, Rose Elizabeth 
are my loveliness!

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An angel came into my life 
when my granddaughter was born
I am so very blessed to have her 
Rose turned two on Jan 26th ....

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Health update ... my sister found out this week 
she does not have breast cancer, my heart is overjoyed!
I am still having pain and go for a colonoscopy on the 27th of this month.
I am sorry I have not been around to visit any of your blogs.
I just don't feel well enough to be online these days, for any length of time.
Hopefully soon, though. 
Miss all of you and think of you.
Love 
Margie 

31 comments:

  1. Happy Birthday Rose ;o) She sure is an adorable angel!
    Doing my happy dance for your sister! Yepeeeee ;o)
    Margie you take care of yourself! Don't worry about us! Drink hot water and honey! It helped me when I was going through stomach pains.
    Big Hugs xoxoxox

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  2. She is a beautiful little sweetheart, Margie, and what a lovely poem. I am glad your sister is ok, but am concerned for you. I do hope you will find a solution to your pain and that it can be taken care of. Will be thinking of you.

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  3. Wonderful poem, Margie. Delicate, light, and bright.

    I hope you are well post testing, or at least they find out what is wrong.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!

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  4. All my best wishes are with you, Margie.

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  5. i am sorry for your ailments,
    but over joyed at your sisters news and hope yours is
    just as good and they can treat whatever it is...

    and smiling in the joy found in the little one
    i hope she had a great birthday.

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  6. Bless your heart my friend.

    Goodlife

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  7. this is so beautiful, oh how sweet is Rose and how well your poetry reflects her soul

    I'm so happy for your sister

    You'll be fine, make sure they knock you out, I feel nothing but good news for you angel

    xxx you are always in my prayers xxxooo

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  8. Margie,

    Reading your poem and the good news about your sister, brings joy that blessings are indeed given. Thank you for sharing this great news Margie.
    Of course, prayers are in consideration of your personal issues at present. Hopefully you will return with a message of more good news.
    Best Wishes, Eileen xx

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  9. Hi, Margie! I have been so worried about you! I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. I am so happy to hear that your sister doesn't have breast cancer...fantastic news!!!

    Your little Rose is so beautiful and your poem is also beautiful, you sweet and talented lady.

    Please let us know how your test turns out. I am thinking that it will be more good news :)

    Big Hugs
    Jan
    xoxoxo

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  10. Oh I am so happy to hear your sister is okay. Two people I know were diagnosed with Cancer and one is not doing well. I am so happy your sister will not be one of them.

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  11. Oh, yes she is an Angel! A beautiful lovely angel Rose! Margie, you brought a joy to my heart. I am happy about your sister!!!

    Your poem is beautiful. I love the verse "an angel came into my life"... You poem filled with so much love.

    Margie, please, take very good care of yourself. I send you my very best wishes!

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  12. Hi Margie! I am so happy to see you here!!! You have been on my mind and heart. Your granddaughter is beautiful, as you will know already. Happy birthday to her (belated).

    I'm so happy for your sister, what wonderful news :)
    I hope there will be good news for you too. Just having a diagnosis would be so good, because then effective treatment can start. I'm sorry that you don't feel well. May God send you his healing and peace. And bless your doctors to put the grace into effect.
    You are so well loved in the blog community my friend. I know all these prayers will help you. God bless. Keep us all up to date if you can....
    Ceil

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  13. sending you prayers and so happy to hear the news about your sister... I will just know that your discomfort is easy to heal... xoxo

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  14. I miss you too Margie, thank you for all that you do! I hope you feel better soon and I am very glad to hear the good news about your sister. Your poem is lovely and sweet, a beautiful tribute to your beautiful granddaughter.

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  15. OH my! What a beautiful little girl. She is the sweetest thing. Happy (belated) birthday to her. I wish her all the joy this life has to offer.

    That is wonderful news about your sister! But I'm sorry that you are not feeling well. I wish you well. You have been really missed in the blogging world.

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  16. Wow!
    __Two years ago Rose became a part of your life, your families' lives. That time seems a moment; a beautiful child, and again seen through your verse! Best wishes to you Margie... to Rose and your family. _m

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  17. Dearest Margie, Seeing and feeling life as newly presented is the gift each child brings to us. To remind us of what we may have forgotten. To share in the joy of a granddaughter is indeed a gift, a blessing supreme. Thank You for sharing this delight with us.

    I would welcome your call.

    In truth and wellbeing,

    Rose Marie

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  18. isnt it amazing how little kids can just talk and talk and talk? i love it!

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  19. Oh Margie...she is so incredibly beautiful...an Angel indeed!

    I am so relieved to hear your sister's good news. It must be such a relief.
    I am so concerned for you though...am sending all the Love and Light I possibly can.
    Please do keep in touch and let me know how things are going.
    You are always in my thoughts.
    Hugsxxx

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  20. Hello, blog hopping and found your beautiful blog.
    Nice post.
    Please visit mine too and feel free to add comments.

    Thanks
    Rajiv
    www.magnificentdewdrops.blogspot.com
    www.magicalpresent.blogspot.com

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  21. Hi Margie, Beautiful little granddaughter :) and i'm so very pleased at your wonderful news about your sister :) prayers were heard! i'm also sending love and prayers for youself, that you feel better soon.
    hugs

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  22. What a lovely little poem for your sweet little Rose! Get well soon Margie. hugs

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  23. Boa tarde,
    Noticia perfeita sobre a sua irmã, fico feliz pela sua irmã, parabéns pelo lindo anjo que entrou na sua vida.
    Abraço
    ag

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  24. Your granddaughter is so precious. How time flies! Margie I pray that you get only happy and good result about your health. Hugs to you
    Susan

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  25. I hope Elizabeth Rose, that precious blue-eyed, blonde, dimpled grandaughter of yours has inherited your big gift for writing lovely poems. Happy belated birthday to her!
    As for your health, don't worry Margie, hopefully it'll be OK.

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  26. Dear Margie, What a heart-lifting tribute to 2 year old Rose Elizabeth. It makes my own Grammy heart swell with pride and love, knowing how you feel. I've been thinking of you and will continue to do so. I hope you get some answers (good ones) after your colonoscopy.

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  27. She's adorable!

    And I'm glad to hear the good news about your sister!

    I sure do hope you, though, my friend, get to feeling better soon!

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  28. Thank you all so much for the visits and kind words.
    You all are wonderful.

    Love
    Margie

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  29. I know your little Rose Elizabeth is such a joy... as well as an angel. :) To hold her, to watch her, and to write lovely poetry about her - so nice!

    Great news about your sister!
    Hang in there - your time has got to come!

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