Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Held

(You can turn off my usual music on the left sidebar.)It is raining outside and I snuggle further into my covers as I look at the droplets making tracks on the window pane. I sigh contentedly. I feel loved.

We've just returned from taking hubby dearest to the train station so that he can begin his day of work. After enjoying little snuggles on his free arm on the way to the train and watching him kiss Selena multiple times, we both ride home with smiles on our faces. Back to bed for an hour and a half before we start our day! He gets on the train and rides to the city, knowing that there are two people thinking of him and anticipating his return home.

Its a wonderful feeling, being loved.

It is incomprehensible that we are loved so much by our Heavenly Father. That He holds us in His everlasting arms. That He knows every thought, every wish, every concern.


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p.s. i still have about a million Glimpses posts to go ... they'll be comin' round the mountain when they come...

7 comments:

Joel and Jaime said...

Is there anything better in life, than to feel loved like that? I don't think so :)

Maxine said...

Thanks for always making your mama feel loved as well. We have a lot of love around here for all of you!

Beka said...

Yes, what a wonderful and comforting feeling it is to be loved and held. And that song is so touching...

CONNIE'S THOUGHTS FROM THE HEART said...

We have been taught by the Master how to love. If we can only show others a little of how much He loved us. Everyone would be happier. Have a happy weekend, Beverly. connie from Texas

Mimi said...

You are such a sweet loving wife and mother and you leave your husband with such a soft sweetness he knows he has something wonderful to come home to at the end of a days work... you are truly a blessed witness to young couples

Helen said...

What a lovely post that is *happy-sigh*! I always love coming here - even you blog feels warm and welcoming!
Have a great weekend, Helen

freddie said...

great post, so simple, so deep, so touching!
Thanks

freddie from Rome