Support is nice to have. Support from family is critical.
Life is strange sometimes. You can’t always get what you want. Many times, however, you are blessed with what really matters.
During the first presentation that I ever gave, my two oldest kids gave me “good luck gifts.” They made them all on their own. At the time, they were only 13 and 12 years old.
My oldest daughter, Kim, offered me some advice.
She told me not to tell any funny stories about her, mention sex, or sing!
My oldest son, Matt, drew this picture of how he hopes my presentation will go. It said: “…dear mom, good luck with all of your speeches and that they turn out…Love ya….Matt.”
At the bottom it said, “Awesome, yeah, she’s good, wow!…she’s great…she’s my Mom…she has six kids, she doesn’t look like it!” Don’t you just love kids, especially when they’re saying that kind of stuff.
Though I didn’t promise I wouldn’t sing, or mention sex, I certainly invited my audience into my life to share stories, videos and my family with them…and YOU!
No matter how that presentation would have turned out I know I’m a blessed Mom….proud of my family.
They stood by me when it counted, for a wonderful cause.
No, I didn’t get a perfect family.
I was blessed with what I needed and what ultimately matters…a close family that has and will get through anything together.
What trials has your family faced?
What particular struggles were involved how did your families support make a difference?
Please share your story by leaving a comment below.
Hearing from you energizes my continued dedication.
Mother, Wife, Author, Founder & CEO of AutismToday.com
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