Honestly, I'm a little surprised and humbled. It's just how I feel about my son. About my kids. I really feel I've struck the jackpot with them. Sure, there are days when I'm PMS'ing and if a child asks, "What time is it?" one more time, I very well may drive chicken skewers through my ears but for the most part, I'd not change things for the world.
And the fact I'm not alone in feeling this way gives me goose-bumps.
I don't know how to say thank you for sharing. I guess maybe this is it. Thank you.
I've come a long way since my son's diagnosis. He has come even further. I've learned to love him for who he is and he's teaching me more about life and love than I could have ever dreamed of.
And really, how cool is that?
And I know this horse is dead but I'm going to beat it anyway...this all started with Facebook....if you want to, go up and click on that "Like" button, up there on the right, so we can complete the circle and stay in touch. I'd like that.