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  1. This post offers freedom. Grace and freedom. Connecting temporary pains -of this life- to eternity and to staying focusing on our Savior. Thank you.

  2. Ginger, I am so sorry for your loss. God bless you and your beautiful children with strength, comfort, and faith always. Your in my prayers. Thank you for sharing. Sending love your way. Xo

  3. Wow! What a treasure you have uncovered and revealed so artfully. I’m very sorry for your loss and at the same time very grateful for “…beauty in the pain and profit in the process.” May you find yourself ravaged by Grace today!

    • Thanks Sherrie!!! HIs grace is so lavish in my life!
      I am so grateful as well… I would not choose it, but I am grateful all the same! XO

  4. Ginger thanks so much for sharing and writing this! You have expressed so well what I have found my experience to be.

    • Cherie! My lovely friend! You are such a blessing! I am blessed to give voice to those of us who grieve. Love you!!

  5. What beautifully written words. You are such an amazing woman who is using her emotion and process of grief to support and encourage others. I am blessed to call you friend. Love you!

    • Callie!! Miss you friend! Oklahoma is so blessed to have you! Thank you for your words of encouragement. I have doubted myself so much in writing and sharing my story. I have decided life is short and I am just going to do it! It is up to God where it goes! love you!

  6. Amazingly well said Ginger! You are a wonderful example and mother to LG. Thank you for sharing.

  7. BEAUTIFUL….and Hard!!! Wise words you gifted to yourself and your daughters! Praying for you all right now!

  8. What a beautiful way you’ve expressed life, love, and loss. Thank you for sharing this vulnerable and honest story of how you have dealt with the loss of your husband, dear friend.

    • Holly! Thank you sweet friend! There is so much I haven’t shared. I hope that in sharing these things, it will people can find a way forward and draw closer to God. XO

  9. Beautiful words. Thank you for sharing your heart in this post. All of us have experienced loss, but not all of us have experienced the loss of a spouse. Thank you for giving us an insight into your grieving process, and for the reminder that this world is NOT our home.

    • You are most welcome Marty! I don’t know about you, but I need regular reminders that this is not our home. Loss of any kind is hard. I pray our knee jerk reaction in times of grieving would be to draw close to Him. XO

  10. Ginger,

    So sorry for the loss of your beloved husband and father. It is only through God that we can get through some trials. I believe that God allows us to go through trials so we can be there and encourage others. May God give you the strength, courage and contentment to get through each day. You are an encouragement to others here and especially myself.
    Blessings 🙂

    • Thanks Beth! Absolutely! I take to heart the verse that talks about us comforting those with the comfort we have received from THE Comforter! Our pastor often says – “God doesn’t waste pain…” Thanks for the encouragement friend! XO