Pamela was a great mother and a wonderful wife. Pamela gave of herself to help others in need, she indeed lived an active life.
She was a very strong willed and tenacious person. Giving up was not in her vocabulary.
After years of active studying and sacrifice, she fulfilled her dream of becoming a NP. This dream was then short lived, when she was diagnosed with cancer.
She was very devastated by the news and suddenly her dancing was turned into mourning.
Pamela was a Christian and we believed -although we could not comprehend the Lords will in all of this, we continued to trust him.
Like Job we confessed, though my Redeemer slay me, yet will I trust him, because she will stand with him in the latter days".
Pamela is in heaven now free from the pain and suffering.
Jesus understood the human frailty of live and the sense of grief for loved ones and said to comfort those who need to be comforted and mourn with those that mourn..
I continue to miss her dearly and dream her almost every night.
I look at our 1 year old, calling out to me as both Mommy and Daddy. I see families with Moms hugging their daughters. I feel so sorry for her as tears flood my eyes..
There were many things we took for granted and there were a lot of petty issues we argued over. Things when compared to life itself -was just so trivial. Unfortunately our time on earth cannot be reimbursed.
Life is such a precious gift and can be taken away in the blink of an eye. Here today gone tomorrow. psalms 103.
Please don't forget to tell your loved ones, how much you love them and don't ever fall into complacency that life is guaranteed to you for a long time.
I miss you my beloved wife, but continue to look down upon us as all the kids become young men and young women for the Lord.