Someday by Karen Kingsbury

By Karen Kingsbury

Pressures of the fame way of life weigh seriously on Dayne and Katy Matthews as they tackle separate motion picture initiatives. Tabloid rumors speak of hassle and unfaithfulness among the 2, yet ultimately whatever drastic catches Dayne's awareness and makes him become aware of the destruction they are fiddling with. yet will it's too past due? The Flanigan relations acknowledges the deep lack of the Christian youngsters Theater application, and so they lead a last attempt to maintain the theater from being torn down. in the meantime, John Baxter takes your next step in his transforming into dating with Elaine, giving him a season to think about promoting the Baxter condominium and, besides it, wasting a life of stories made there. because the remainder of the family members considers the longer term and what may perhaps lie forward, they have to pull jointly like by no means prior to. in simple terms their timeless love for every different may help the Baxters get earlier the pains of this day for a lifestyles they understand is feasible . . . sometime.

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The heartache tore at her because there was no way to bridge the distance between her and Sarah, not in this life. Ashley gripped the side of the bassinet with both hands, and as she did, a voice sounded, clear and calm, like an intercom to 18 every room of her heart. Be still, My daughter, and know that I am God…. Relief flooded Ashley’s soul, and with it came more tears. Yes, Father, help me be still. Help me understand…. Again the response was distinct. My daughter, I will he exalted among the nations, I will he exalted in the earth.

Waiting just inside the glass double doors was a young woman in a wheelchair, her entire face lit up in a smile. Cradled close to her was a small bundle wrapped in pastel blankets. A newborn, making that precious first trip home. The way Ashley and Landon’s baby Sarah should’ve been making her first trip home. Ashley couldn’t turn away. She watched the man take hold of a cart loaded with pink flowers and “It’s a Girl” balloons and assorted gift bags. Watched the nurse push the wheelchair through the doors, chatting with the young couple, the three of them all smiles.

But that never happened, and now the room looked sparse and cold and lonely - all except for the bassinet. Ashley went to it and rested her fingers on the frilly hood. Sorrow welled up inside her, and she slid her fingers down to the soft flannel sheets that covered the thin mattress. The spot where Sarah should’ve been sleeping this very moment. I hardly knew her, God. Ashley stared at the empty little bed. But …but I miss her so much…. Ashley closed her eyes, and her daughter’s face came into view - her delicate features, her big blue eyes, her sweet baby lips.

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