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Happy 18th Birthday Cameron

Posted by Terrie (Nana) on March 19, 2017 at 7:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Happy heavenly 18th Birthday Cameron.

We only have a picture now,

A frozen piece of time,

To remind us of how it was,

When you were here, and ours.

How much we miss you being here,

We really cannot say,

The ache is deep inside our heart,

And never goes away.

The angels came and took you,

That really wasn't fair,

They took a son and grandson,

Our future, To watch you grow,

If only they had asked one of us,

We would have taken your place,

I would have done so willingly,

Leaving you this world to explore in your own way

 

You should have had so many years,

To watch your life unfold,

And in the mist of this,

Watch your Mum and us grow old!

I hope you're watching from above,

And know so many people love and miss you.

Keep safe our darling we love you very very much.

XX


Merry Christmas

Posted by Terrie (Nana) on December 18, 2016 at 3:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Does heaven have a Christmas tree

For the little girls and boys

Too far away for Santas sleigh

To reach with treats and toys

A tree thats hung with moonbeams,

Stars and shining angel hair

For the precious little children

Who live in heavens care

And are you filled with wonder

at the branches all aglow

with the tears of those who miss you

on this earth far down below

for we hope and pray you’re playing

with the angels having fun

but please don’t forget we love you

merry Christmas Cameron and to all the child up in heaven xx

Six years today

Posted by Terrie (Nana) on October 19, 2016 at 7:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Six years today, no words can tell you how much it still hurts us. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1JcPmsoNkE.

GLOW GOLD THIS SEPTEMBER

Posted by Terrie (Nana) on August 14, 2016 at 5:40 PM Comments comments (0)

TO ALL BUSINESS! If you would like to take part please e mail [email protected]

This is to confirm you are taking part, you will then be sent a link, where you will be featured on the campaign page. This is a great oppitunity to help raise awarness for childhood cancer. 

Each childhood cancer has it's own month with a colour, but September is when they all come together worldwide to raise awareness across the board. 

If you e mail or message me I can send you some posters to copy and print off to put in your shop window.

You could also dress your window office ect in gold or yellow any thing to raise awarness.

we are not asking for money just awarness thank you 

Merry xmas 2015

Posted by Terrie (Nana) on December 20, 2015 at 6:40 AM Comments comments (1)

 

We've shared our hearts, full of Holiday Cheer

and shopped for presents for loved ones this year

The house is dressed up with garland and lights

That sparkle and shine through the Holiday nights

 

But even with all of this Holiday bliss

There's someone we lost that we terribly miss

And as this Christmas Day draws near

We wish with all of our hearts he was here.

 

He's  living his life way up past the stars

Somewhere past Jupiter, Saturn and Mars

Hes spending his Christmas in Heaven, you see

And last night as I slept, a dream came to me

 

He was standing before me, happy and well

He said to me "I have something to tell…

Heaven's more wondrous than you would believe

It's the greatest of gifts I could ever receive.

 

I'd like for you all to remember the good…

You know that I'd be there if only I could.

So don't feel so bad that I'm not there

There are so many memories you can share

 

As you gather together, I'm sure you'll find

The gifts deep within you that I left behind.

Each one is unique and wrapped brightly in love

They shine from your hearts as I shine from above."

 

5th Angle -versary

Posted by Terrie (Nana) on October 20, 2015 at 10:30 AM Comments comments (0)

October 20th 2015. marks the 5th Angle -versary of my grandson, Cameron. It is unimaginable that he has been gone that long. Life has continued to go on while I feel frozen in place. Days have come and gone, and yet I feel like nothing has changed. Over the last five years my family/friends have gotten married, (Lorraine included ) had babies, gotten new jobs, found new boyfriends, and bought houses. My crowning accomplishment is that I woke up every day and I got out of bed. Seriously? That is my accomplishment? That is all I have achieved? I guess I should see it as surviving, but I have a sneaking suspicion that my aspirations should be higher than just getting by. I will get by because of my amazing daughter Lorraine, has lost so much and still aims to give jj the best she can and get through life in the only way she can. Don't ever judge.

Whether we like it or not, five years has passed. Five whole years without the person who gave my daughter life meaning and filled my heart with unimaginable amount of love. So how am I supposed to acknowledge this day? How are any of us, supposed to recognize this day for what it stands for? For most of us this day signifies one of the absolute worst days of our entire lives, filled with loss and devastation, questions that can never truly be answered. So how should this day be spent? I wish I had the answer, any answer, but I think every single one of us must slowly live our way into our own answers.

Noel Edmonds

Posted by Terrie (Nana) on September 18, 2015 at 4:50 PM Comments comments (0)

I was delighterd to see deal or no deal raising money for South West Scotland tonight £26,000 woo hoo they so deserve every penny.

Thank you note Fun Day with Elsa and Olaf

Posted by Terrie (Nana) on July 28, 2015 at 8:05 AM Comments comments (0)

Dear Jade Bushell and to all those involved I want to express my appreciation for your generosity in support of [http://www.chsw.org.uk/charlton-farm ]. Your personal commitment was incredibly helpful and allowed us to reach our goal. Your assistance means so much to me but even more to [Charlton Farm]. Thank you from all of us.


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