I love you with my whole heart,you are truly very smart,from the beginning you were there for me, I will give you the sky and sea.
Love is the greatest gift we have to give our children. If love could take shape it might look something like these heartfelt words and images from the inimitable Nancy Tillman.
Here is a book to share with your loved ones, no matter how near or far, young or old, they are. Its celebration of the uniqueness of each and every child told in lyrical language [For never before in story or rhyme not even once upon a time has the world ever known a you, my friend, and it never will, not ever again I also read it regularly with my grandchildren and talk with them about how special they are.
Tillman feels that the most important message for children to receive is simply, "You are loved. My Love Will Find You. Once again, it is her turn of phrase that most captivates me: In the green of the grass You are loved," they all say.
Though the words alone would convince me to buy, share and recommend this book, Tillman is also a gifted artist and her lovely work makes this book a visual treasure as well.
Through the pages, a child vaguely male, but one could possibly be persuaded that it is female rides hippos, splashes in the surf with elephants, plays hide and seek with rabbits, shares a trampoline with a kangaroo and enjoys some quiet time with a pair of pandas. My favorite drawing has the child walking away along a wide path that runs between trees shrouded in mist.
For those who might be interested, some of Tillman's artwork from previous books is available via a link that can be found on her website.
My Love Will Find You creates the same feeling of wonder, peace and happiness in me. It's a keep-forever book and I'm so happy to have it in my collection to share with the children I love most.
Very highly recommended, both for personal collections and for gift-giving. Charming book with a heartfelt message for your kids! By Montyinfl on Nov 23, I saw this book at a school bookfair and fell in love with it. It it so simple, but the message is so important - "Wherever you are my love will find you".
I bought it for my 8 yr old son and he thought it was ok the first time I read it. I was going to send it to a friend who has advanced cancer and 3 school aged children, and, to my surprise, my son asked me to buy another copy for them so he could keep the copy we had.
I realized that he had gotten the message of the book and liked it, despite being a "cool" 8 yr old.
I did send a copy to my friend and she reads it to her kids all the time to remind them that one day she might not be with them on this earth, but she will always be with them in their hearts. Perfect for Memories By Barbara A. Horning on Feb 13, I lost my son in July of and he left behind three young daughters.Wherever You Are, My Love Will Find You is the book you want to give to whomever you love; it would make a memorable birthday, holiday or ‘just because' gift, and it .
Poems Poems; Poems. that my spirit will be close to you wherever you may go. Thank you so for loving me. You know I love you, too. That's why it's hard to say good-bye I know someday you'll find love again and into your life will come a new friend.
Your heart will heal, though you'll never forget. Likes, 8 Comments - @lynnsmithtv on Instagram: “You are my angel, my darling, my star and my love will find you, wherever you are. Poem by ”. I love you with my whole heart,it’s hurt a lot when we are apart,you are precious like the sun,having you I know I have wont.I love you with my whole heart,you are truly very smart,from the beginning you were there for me, I will give you the sky and sea.
Christian Poetry and Poems About Life, Love, and Mental Illness Loving God in the Midst of Doubt → Follow Me – A Christian Poem About Following Jesus. Posted on January 6, by Justin Farley under Poetry, Spirituality. The next day Jesus decided to go to Galilee.
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My mind makes up excuses. Jan 17, · Wherever You Are, my love will find you. so I sent love to follow wherever you go.
As seen in the stanza above, alliteration is used through the words wanted, will, and wherever in order to explain a love that begins for our children even before the first time we hold them in our arms.
I love the poem you two have chosen and.