What will the future bring?
Enters Lisa Nicole, business woman, fashion designer, and friend. Small in stature but BIG in business and making a coin! She knows a good idea when she hears it! It is good to have someone in my corner that has walked the road that I’m traveling. It's also good to have a friend that values honestly, even when the truth hurts.
Simone: Don’t get hood honey and hit Toya or Heavenly with bricks! This is real life not a Donkey Kong game. I wouldn't want you to trade in your stethoscope for a hot pair of iron bracelets. You called Heavenly crazy and stated she needs medication. Just phone in Alaura and she will handle her mother! Give Heavenly and Toya a pass.
I respect the hard work and sacrifice that all doctors have made. Entering medical school, completing residency, attending fellowships for additional training, obtaining licenses to practice, testing to become board certified, and enrolling in continue medical education courses. All to devote themselves to help improve the quality of life. Rather offering preventative care, nursing patients back to health, or giving some a second chance at life. Doctors are charged with the responsibility of providing quality health care and the weight is heavy. They're truly rock stars in my book! Now, that brings me to the women and men who stand beside them, extending emotional and mental support. I tilt my hat to you!
Oh no, Eugene stop while you’re ahead! You know Toya is allergic to a working a job! #HivesBreakout #SheMightThrowUp #SheNeedsBenadryl LOL. But on a serious note cooking, cleaning, homework, and a rigorous activity schedule is a full time occupation. An old saying is "momma's baby papa's maybe." Meaning children naturally migrate to their mothers for all their wants and needs. The level of contribution on the father’s behalf maybe tremendous or not so much. Fathers really have to make a conscious effort to have constant interaction with the children to build a sense of security and reliability.
Jackie: You are a beautiful successful women has so much to give. It pains me to see you sad. Although you didn’t give birth to a child you are an amazing mother to Kursten.
As for me, my husband and I have decided to postpone utilizing birth control. Who knows what the future may bring. . .