As Military Parents to a Differently-Abled son, finding quality time together can often be difficult—non-existent. Despite our many separations, challenges, and hospitalizations—we make it work. I’m not saying it will be easy but if you love someone you will make it work. Marriage is like any relationship you have whether it is a friendship, work, and even your care team—it all takes work and communication to go forward.
I am excited to share an interview with Women with Gifts International! The founder, LaNette, is one of the most inspiring and most supportive individual I have ever met in my blogging career. I came across the organization on my first couple months on Twitter, they were seeking bloggers to share why they are different.
I am glad I took that leap and answered their calling–I gained a wonderful friend! Without further a due, here are LaNette’s answers to my questions–I hope you enjoy!
I met little Adriana on Instagram a couple months ago. Like Jaxson she has a rare genetic disorder–so rare that there are currently only 28 individuals diagnosed with DHX30. She is one fierce little girl and it is amazing to watch her progress. Her Mama is also a fierce one, she is a full-time caregiver to Adriana and her 91-year-old great grandmother. She is such an inspiration!
I took a little longer in the shower today…
I woke up exhausted and miserable today, the pollen here in North Carolina is horrendous. I didn’t have the energy to do anything but I did need to shower. I turned on the TV, powered on the Firestick, quickly clicked through the menu to STARZ, and came across Frozen—yup he likes it just as much as his older brother did.