|He held her hand when they met in 1962 until now.|
Early this morning, Gail Margaret Tuso left her earthly family and headed up north to be with her eternal family.
As a daughter who sits here without her mother, I can tell you I'm heartbroken, left to feel empty, and really simply put...sad.
My mother had a rough life with diabetes, then a stroke in 2004. And to say her passing this morning was joyous, sounds callused, yes I'm sure, but it was...it was nothing but joyous.
We prayed for minutes and hours for the good Lord to give us peace about her situation. We begged of Him. He delivered. He gave us as a family the peace we desired and asked of Him. And when it was finally on His time, he snatched her right up.