I imagine he's running to Marjorie now,
Yes, running, not waving his cane.
I see him embracing his father and mother
While they keep repeating his name.
I see him now meeting his forebears,
Brother Brigham and Joseph are there.
Sweet reunion of prophets, united by service
That only such noble men share.
I see him embraced by the Savior
While Father says, "Good and well done.
So faithful in stalwart endurance, I welcome
My noble, most excellent son."
I then hear the ripples of laughter
As he says the reception's just fine,
But he hopes that he'll get an assignment or two
Since there's no need to waste any time.
I can hear his clear voice in the stillness
At the close of this sweet Sabbath day,
Have faith and move forward ? there's work to be done.
President Hinckley would want it that way.
Anna M. Molgard
January 27, 2008
I have been sent a few things about President Hinckley that I would like to share here. Though he will be missed, I am so happy that he is where he has longed to be for the past four years. We love you President Hinckley. Thank you for your legacy, your example, your sacrifice and your love.
Listen to Kenneth Cope's, Going Home, while looking at these pictures of him. I haven't figured out to get an mp3 on here, but hopefully you already have it.