1. I thought about her and prayed for her all day. I’m sure we will be learning much from Cynthiana in days to come. I wish I could have been there to celebrate Bob’s life with you all. A very special man indeed.

  2. I don’t even know the whole of Cynthia’s story, and I have tears in my eyes.

    Cynthia, I truly am sorry you lost your Bob. While he celebrates being whole in a new body, I know his loss for you is still probably raw. I’m praying for God’s comfort for you as you begin this new journey. I’m praying His peace in the moments that are the most painful. And I’m praying His guidance for you as you figure out this new chapter in your life.

    Thank you for sharing your story here.
    Rachel, thank you for sharing this series. What a great way to encourage others. 🙂

    I’m your neighbor at #RaRaLinkup today. 🙂

  3. Thank you for sharing with words to sad loss for Cynthia of her husband and soul mate. I am currently in a similar journey as I care for my Mother and her twin sister who have Alzheimer’s disease. Both are well cared for in Assisted living residences but the face to face loving them is what penetrates their well being. Cynthia has modeled the power of God and the provisions of God, when the road gets tough. I’m grateful to learn of her peace in the love of Christ. Finishing well is a gift we all hope & strive for.

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      Lynda, that is lot for you to handle. I hope you know God walking with you on this journey and carrying your burden with you.

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