Amy Elizabeth Zielke

(Summerville, South Carolina, USA)

A Godmother's Love


Dearest Jordan
What joy you give my heart
Your sweet smile brightens my day
From the moment you came into this world
I knew our bond would be special
We are connected by family
Bonded forever through unending love
Angelic child,
We are separated by many miles
But I hold you in my heart every day
I am so blessed to be your Godmother
You are always in my prayers
I will thank God for you through eternity
How I love you Jordan Marie!

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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