A Life Full of Grace

Personal

It’s taken me a while to write this post. I debated even publishing it because it’s quite personal and, well, a little raw. But if there’s one thing Grace taught me, it’s that life should be lived without regrets. So I’m writing this because I don’t want to regret sharing the pain in my heart. Forgive me if this gets messy…

Last Tuesday, our beautiful Grace passed away, ending her battle with cancer.

Writing this sentence is hardest thing I’ve done. Because it makes it real. My heart aches for her family and for my youngest sister, Zoe, who’s been her best friend since nursery school. Grace is like family to me and a gaping hole rests squarely in the middle of my heart.

But.

But Grace taught me to love fiercely, forgive greatly, and to cling to God…even in the darkest moments. If this is her legacy, she lived a powerful life. And I’m thankful for the impact she made in mine.