On the morning of November 18, 2010, Kaela's life was taken from those of us who call her daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece,
cousin, and friend, but now she is sharing those many mansions in heaven that God has promised to those who trust Him. We cannot
hug her or hear her voice, but her beautiful smile in pictures left behind will carry us each day. Her sweet, "Hi," is missed dearly,
as well as her wisdom when she was wrong and her tender words, "I was wrong and I'm sorry." Life does not look the same when we
lie down or when we wake, but we hold on to God's promise that we will see each other and celebrate that togetherness once again.
Our God has not changed and because of her, we draw closer to Him. At times we feel it's a dream, but the reality is, she is home
and in a better place than we could ever imagine. Our pain is deeper than a knife could ever cut, but we pray that His grace will
be sufficient and that His power will be made perfect in our weakness. Until we meet again, may God use us for His will and purpose
and not ours.
If you'd like to help make a difference, won't you please visit us at
The KMA Foundation
One Curve At A Time
and get involved today.
Thank you and God Bless you.