In memory of Doris Elaine Zieammerman, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, neighbor and friend.
|The first week of March of the year 2000 I visited mom and John and brought my camera. Mom was showing off their pretty azalea flowers they both grew. She explained all the hard work they had done to get the flowers to bloom so beautifully. The background image on this page and the next is a clip from one of those photo's I took of their azaleas. They are really beautiful only surpassed the the Jesus spirit in both John and Mom. Mom passed away unexpectedly 27 Aug 2002 this the first of the pages in her memory.|
Mom had written in the back of her bible, "In time of death-" 2 Corth 5:5-8
Included on memorial page to mom.
Mom's sweet sixteeen photo.
IN THE BEGINNING
Rest till Jesus comes.
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27, 1. Boast not thyself of tomorrow; for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth.
James 4, 14. Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanish away.
15. For that ye ought to say, If the Lord will, we shall live, and do this or that.
Over the river, faces I see,
Fair as the morning, looking for me;
Free from their sorrow, grief and despair,
Waiting and watching patiently there.
Looking this way, yes, looking this way,
Loved ones are waiting, looking this way;
Fair as the morning, bright as the day,
Dear ones in glory, looking this way.
Father and mother, safe in that vale,
Watch for the boatman, wait for the sail,
Bearing their loved ones over the tide,
Into the harbor, near to their side.
Brother and sister, gone to that clime,
Wait for the others, coming sometime,
Safe with the angels, whiter than snow,
Watching for dear ones, waiting below.
Sweet little darling, light of the home,
Looking for someone, beckoning,Come,
Bright as a sunbeam, pure as the dew,
Anxiously looking, mother, for you.