Responding to SufferingHow do you feel when your life is interrupted by suffering and adversity?
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What can I say about me, I grew up in a small town in California San Dimas. I am fun loving and very outgoing. I love people and people love me. I am all about life and love helping others. I am a divorced mother of 5. My children are the greatest joy of my life and I am glad I had them. There is nothing stronger than a single mother, taking charge of her life and teaching her children how to be self starters. I push them hard and I look at the results. They are really good kids. It has not always been easy, there has been many bumbs in the road. I gave 5 years of my live to caring for my ill mother. I was truly ridicule for the way I did things when she was dying but only God knows what my children and I had to endure. I have been to hell and back. You want to know something, I would do it all again just to have 5 more minutes with my mother. During her illness not one time did she ever complain. I learned so very much from that old woman. I use to be a person who rushed thru every thing in life, but dealing with her I had to learn the true meaning of the word Patience. My mother had Alzheimer's disease and she was blind, what an awful combination. It is ok because God is Good. When the doctors told me my mother had less than three months to live I said that means she would not be here for christmas. I fasted and prayed and asked God to please give my children Christmas with their Grandmother. God is so good. My mother came home for Christmas my job gave me three weeks off works We had a wonderful Christmas and the day after she told my after falling on the floor that she was tired and did not want to do this any more. She asked me if I would be ok if she went home to be with the Lord. All I could do is say Yes. I called a hospice and had her admitted that night. I went back to see her 5 days later and she told me I almost missed her. She said " mommy was waiting on you. It is time for me to go" I told her I understood and that it would be ok for her to leave me. She gave me a hug and all of her grand kids a hug as well. She then turned and wondered down the hall way. I turned and walk away in the other direction with tears rolling down my face. She died 3 days later. My life has never been the same. My children have never been the same. My mother Geneva taught me every thing I know in this world. When I have hard time I remember back when she lost her memory but still never forgot how to pray for God to keep her. I have instilled that prayer into my children. No matter what you are going thru, When my 12 year old is sick in the hospital batteling a Sickle Cell crisis and I have to work she remember her grandmother praying. My mother has been gone for over five years. It has been a hard road to walk without her but God has some of the greatest keeping power. Today I live in Houston and have started my own business in November 2006. I have a medical billing, Collection and Consulting company. In 6 short months I have more clients than I can handle and I can not hire employees fast enough. This business just took of by word of mouth. I wish my family could see what God has done for me here in Houston. I truly made the right move when God brought my here. I can't thank God enough. KDOVE Medical Billing and Consulting is the name of my company in honor of my mother. If it wasn't for Geneva and her love I would not be here today. To view the site go to www.kdovemedicalbilling.org