I was running late but I knew that she was in good hands. Anna was having a sleepover with her friend and I was really anxious to pick her up. I remember feeling nervous about how I would feel when I finally arrived at the house.
I was greeted at the door and told that the girls were playing in a downstairs playroom. Again, I remember feeling really anxious about seeing her.
I stood in the doorway and watched as she sat on the floor playing by herself.
I whispered, “Anna.”
She looked up at me with her big smile and put one finger out in front of her body saying without words, “one moment mama.”
I smiled knowing she was content and then I woke up.
6 thoughts on “One Minute Mama”
“One minute, Mama. Not yet, Mama, but soon enough…” You are making your time here meaningful to so many of us, and soon enough it will be done. What a reassuring message.
What a sweet sweet message!
Wow. What a meaningful dream. Psalm 90:4 comes to mind “A thousand years in your sight are like a day that has just gone by, or like a watch in the night.” Glad you got that special visit. Love you.
So sweet!! 💜