The times you have a boo boo On your arm or leg or toe, Mommy makes it better, And off to play you go.
If someone takes your toy Or gives you a mean look. Mommy makes it better, Reading a story from a book.
When you go off to the doctor And something has to hurt, Mommy makes it better, by calling you her "SQUIRT".
As you roll off of the sofa And fall onto the floor Mommy makes it better, By kissing what is sore.
If Mommy has to go bye bye, And she tells you that you can't, Mommy makes it better, By putting "Kissies" on your hand.
Now Mommy has a question, If there's cancer in your blood, Can Mommy make it better With her kisses and her love?
Written for Katia by Tracy Solomon (Mommy) * April 6, 2003
This is written, with those in mind, that have lost loved ones, today, yesterday or over the years.
ALONE ANOTHER STANDS
As each day we go through life, like a forever winding road, we never know what lies ahead or what tomorrow holds.
One thing we know for certain is the love we share inside. Through sickness and in health Our love is their to shine.
Some people just shine brighter Some people plant more seeds Some people are the givers While others have more needs.
Of course none of this is easy As our minds cannot explain Why some of those with so much love Must go through so much pain.
Why must some say goodbye to those they hold so dear? Sometimes over and over in just one passing year?
It's something unexplainable That I can not pretend to even know the answer for a broken heart to mend.
But know my prayers are always there, Like a beacon in the night That through the clouds, someday Again, will shine some light.
My prayer is for tomorrow to be brighter than today. For those to find the faith to get from day to day.
I pray that through the sufferings God will hold each hand. For as one must leave this earth, Alone another stands.
By: Tracy Solomon *September 20, 2004
Katia's 5th Birthday
Diagnosed leukemia AML M4 April 15, 2002 Remission May 2002 Finished first treatment September 11, 2002 Relapsed in Spinal Fluid, Bone Marrow, and Blood August 26, 2003 Admit back to hospital August 27, 2003 Cord Blood Transplant February 5, 2004 HOME (after 336 days away)JULY 27, 2004
One the day you were born... God held the stars Within His hands And watched as they twinkled and shined. He tried to find two of the best He observed, But He couldn't quite make up His mind. Then suddenly two of them danced in the air, And the rest of them took to the skies. On the day you were born, You were blessed with the stars that were chosen To shine in your eyes.
Written by Desiree Derosier-Kaczor--
"When a door closes…look for an open window…but it may take a while to feel the breeze.” Anonymous
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In My Daughter's Eyes
by: Martina McBride
In my daughter's eyes I am a hero I am strong and wise and I know no fear But the truth is plain to see She was sent to rescue me I see who I wanna be In my daughter's eyes
In my daughter's eyes everyone is equal Darkness turns to light and the world is at peace This miracle God gave to me gives me strength when I am weak I find reason to believe In my daughter's eyes
And when she wraps her hand around my finger Oh it puts a smile in my heart Everything becomes a little clearer I realize what life is all about It's hangin' on when your heart has had enough It's giving more when you feel like giving up I've seen the light It's in my daugter's eyes
In my daughter's eyes I can see the future A reflection of who I am and what will be Though she'll grow and someday leave Maybe raise a family When I'm gone I hope you see how happy she made me For I'll be there In my daughter's eyes