Friday, October 09, 2009

The soul would have no rainbow if the eyes had no tears.
John Vance Cheney
Noah, did you know I needed to see this yesterday??

13 comments:

Just Breathe said...

He sure did. It's lovely.

nicole said...

The Lord is faithful. Praying for you.

Anonymous said...

God obviously spoke the name "Noah" to you when your little one was being formed in your womb. It must be such a blessing, and hopefully a comfort, during your grieving to have such a beautiful reminder of your precious son given to you by your Almighty Father!

Anonymous said...

Just beautiful :). Praying for you Nichole.

~Rissa

Jamie said...

very cool :)

MouseTriper said...

Oh my goodness, he musta known alright!!! What a beautiful rainbow!!! Hugs and prayers to you Nichole!!!

Anonymous said...

Nicole - thinking of you today and worrying the weather might not make things easier. Still praying.
Myrna D.

Kim said...

Beautiful...the promises of God...for you and for all of us. Praying...

Anonymous said...

It is so fitting that not only did God give Noah the promise of the rainbow in the Bible, but that he gave it to our little Noah as well, and to you. May you feel the arms of our heavenly Father around you. May His mercy and love sustain you every moment. Love ,mom

Anonymous said...

Nichole, my heart grieves with you and I think of you and Noah daily. I pray you are able to remember the word of God in the midst of your anguish to help you get through moment by moment.


And the LORD, He is the One who goes before you. He will be with you, He will not leave you nor forsake you; do not fear nor be dismayed. Deu 31:8

Missing Noah's sweet smile too,
Kristie

Alison (twinmum) said...

What a beautiful picture! As a child, the choir with which I sang extensively performed a cantata about Noah and the flood. I still remember the "good news" song: "And God gave man his promise, a promise He would keep...and we shall always know this, and the sign of his rainbow."

Another sign of God's love for you, and His showing you that He is caring for Noah in Heaven.

I have missed posting a comment to some of your entries - it's been a little rough in the last week or so - but I do check, and continue to pray for strength and peace for all of you.

On a lighter note, I know that visiting WDW again will have its poignant times, but I do believe you will feel very close to Noah while you are there. There will be new memories made, as well as the rekindling of happy times with Noah.

Janice said...

What a perfect ray of hope!
XO

Anonymous said...

Nicole - Thoughts of you and your family are weighing on me today, Thanksgiving Sunday. Praying for you as you get through this holiday.
Myrna Dyck