She was in a happy mood. I was glad. Along with two other residents in the room and my older sister, we had our typical as-zany-as-you-can-imagine semi-conversations. (I must transcribe one someday.)
That’s fine. I expect those.
But later my mom looked at my sister and me in confusion and asked if we were twins.
What? Of course we’re not twins.
I was crushed. For weeks I’ve suspected she only off and on knew who we were, but as long as she didn’t verbalize otherwise, I could assume she knew.
But when she had to ask, I knew the answer. And even though I knew this day was coming, it still hurt...not to be recognized by my mother.
I was proud of my sister. She just explained who we were and went on.
She’s much stronger than she thinks she is.
I, on the other hand, walked into her bathroom and cried.
I’m much weaker than I think I am.
This Mercy Me song was next on my CD.
Here it is for you.
Revel in Him who is firm, immovable, and eternal.
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Only You Remain
Only One. Never having a beginning
Only One. Who reigns when everything is ending
Glorious and true
We sing holy. The only uncreated One
Holy. The Light that was before the sun
And even when the stars have left the sky
Even when the earth is shaken
Even when our kings have fallen
Every mountain standing tall will crash into the sea
You were. You are. You will be
Only You remain
Only One. Who stood before the universe
Only One. Authored life with just a word
Lord of all
There is none like You
Forever the same