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Stop the whirlwind! I want to get off!

You may have noticed the rapid passage of these archives. It was only about a month ago that we posted Natalie’s June 6-8, 2006, entries. Only God knew at that time that we had but one fleeting year to enjoy her earthly companionship. And because the scarcity of money became more and more of a problem for her, she and her blog were offline for longer and longer periods in those closing months, making the end come even more quickly.


As we are now able to gaze into the past we can see the first few months of 2007 roaring toward us as a giant snowball, an avalanche, faster and faster, ever larger and more ominous. Destructive as a volcanic mountaintop that flattens everything it meets. And as all of this is happening, we lie in the sun at the bottom of the hill, blissful in our ignorance.
I can do nothing to stop it. In a few days we will have re-posted all of the “Nattie Rose Writes” archives that we have been able to salvage. But I can slow it briefly when little things such as this enter my life.
This article came in an email newsletter yesterday. And every time I stumbled over it throughout the day I wanted to share it with Natalie. I know she would have loved it. It isn’t at all inspirational, but it still made me feel as though we were able to connect again, if only for a moment. I hope you enjoy it, too.
Love you, little girl! And miss you even more!—Daddy

One Response to “Stop the whirlwind! I want to get off!”

  1. Heather Says:

    The little girl in the rocking chair would have been perfect for a Nattie Book.

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