Welcome to the Queen Bees monthly linkup! Katy and I are so glad you stopped by and we hope you will consider linking up a post, whether old or new, about a woman who inspires you. In this world where it is so easy to tear each other down let’s choose, as women, to lift each other up.
You see I truly only had two choices the day I lost her. One was to let Satan beat me down and destroy any purpose God had left for my life and the other was to believe and trust God and allow him to use every broken piece I had left to help him bring good out of the destruction – Michelle Jeter
He constantly reminds me that he didn’t promise us a perfect life, he promised us that he would be with us as we walked through it…that he would never leave us..that if we fell into his arms he is big enough and powerful enough to carry us even if his answer is NO and if we cling to him that answer is only temporary. – Michelle Jeter
I cannot thank Michelle enough for what she has taught me about grief. My grandmother has lost all three of her babies and I will be the first to admit I just have not been able to understand stand her grief. Through writings such as A Grieving Parent’s Disability. Michelle has shown me that even if you can laugh again and find joy in life again, a piece of you is gone forever and you will never again be completely whole.
Michelle, you are beautiful. You are a loving mom, a compassionate wife and you are carrying out Syd’s legacy in exactly the way she would have wanted by shouting to the world all there is to celebrate. You inspire me to appreciate the time I have with my family just a little bit more, to trust God with my whole heart and to be compassionate towards others. I am so incredibly proud of you and I’m positive your girl is absolutely beaming at the woman you are today.
While Michelle has inspired me and so many others, I hope that this post will also touch someone and lead them to the help their heart is longing for. To read all about Sydney’s Legacy visit her website here.
My personal vision statement is to use my empathetic, creative passion for humanity, to encourage and advise others that believe they are worthless or broken, and to tell them of their Father in heaven who believes they are beautiful and loves them unconditionally. – Sydney Lisa Jeter
Do you have a Queen Bee in your life who has inspired you to be a better person? We want to hear about her and would love for you to linkup!