COURAGE AND COMMITTMENT
On August 20, Rob and I celebrated our 40th Wedding Anniversary. We also took a moment to celebrate Rob’s Five Year cancer-free and that was a celebration I will remember for the rest of my life! In November, we will take time to recognize November 10 , 2012 – the day Dr. Jett and the heart team at Baylor saved Josh Miller’s life – and celebrate life, true love, and family.
So much of our time here on Earth is marked by holidays, celebrations, and special occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries. Yesterday, October 8, our daughter Jami should have been celebrating her One Year Wedding Anniversary. Unfortunately, ten days before the wedding, her fiancé, Jared, ran out….just “disappeared” without explanation or consideration.
I would like to say he had a change of heart, cold feet, as that would at least make it a little easier to understand, but as they are still living together, a change of heart just doesn’t seem to fit. We may never know what drove him to back away from the ceremony, the commitment, in such a cowardly manner. Perhaps it is not ours to know, but this much I do know – Jami has a heart of gold and the courage of a lion. When faced with such incredibly heart-breaking adversity, she kept her focus and took care of business with courage, commitment, integrity, and deep abiding love.
She deserves someone who shares that same level of devotion and commitment to the relationship and I hope someday she finds that person. We have not seen Jared since we delivered his birthday gift last September 2016 prior to the wedding date so I cannot say if during this year he has grown, matured, to be someone to share such a sacred bond of trust and love with our daughter. In as much as we have not seen him or heard from him tells me all I need to know.
Larry requested to be guest blogger today….
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