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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Inner Strength (04/20/06)

TITLE: My Grandaughter's Eyes
By Susiey Brockwell
04/25/06


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Nearly three years old and you were left with me all alone. Your mother decided to travel her journey on her own.
My heart wept as your brokeness was evident all over your face and skin. "God I cried why has this happened?"
Your father a Marine so far away in a world not known to him. Finding out he to is alone with only God as his friend.
Nearly four years has passed and you are still with me. Both sets of Grandparents now share custody.
You are enveloped with such wonderful love as your eyes sparkle each new day.
God truly has Blessed this Grandmother in a very special way.
My Grandaughter's Eyes are my inner stength for they see God in a way this grandmother has not ever seen before.
She is the greatest gift that gives me reason to believe it and recieve it God's Promise of Today and nothing more.


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Jan Ackerson 04/30/06
A sad story, told with tenderness and love. Consider expanding on this; I think your readers would like to know more about your granddaughter's circumstances, and specific instances of your raising her.
Helen Paynter05/01/06
Nice job. I'd have liked a little more.
Virginia Gorg05/02/06
Grammatical and misspelled words detract from the overall message of a grandparent's love. Seems incomplete - I want more detail. :)