I’m thankful for zebra print! It really brings a smile to my face even on the worst of days. 😀
I’m thankful that my husband has a job. Some aren’t so lucky to have a steady job like we have been blessed with.
I’m thankful that even through this storm I’m able to bring at least one person hope during their battle through parental alienation.
Today I’m thankful for strength that I somehow find each day to keep fighting for these kids. Sometimes the heartache seems too much to take.
I’m thankful for my two sisters that I have. I can always count on them to make me smile.
I’m thankful for snuggles with my hubby at the long of a hard long day.
I’m thankful for the encouraging words that I see from you guys each day from this campaign. You guys have no clue how much this means to me. 1,037 maybe a number but it’s 1,037 people that’s aware about parental alienation. Education on this issue is key. Thank you to each one of you out there on this page.
I’m thankful for the truth. Because of this a lie cannot live. This is one of the things that helps me to keep fighting for my bonus daughter.
I’m thankful for the ones who have served in our military. I cannot thank you enough for all the sacrifices you guys have made.
I’m thankful for the Biomom putting my husband and I through hell the first 3 years of our marriage. My husband and I grew together during that time. We held on tight and never let go of each other. So for that lesson I’m thankful. I can look back and honestly say thank you.