I am a Daddy’s Girl.  I always have been and always will be.  Even though my Father passed away in 1999, I believe that his spirit is providing me the unwavering support that I always have needed to make the important decisions in my life.  I can remember countless times as a young adult, looking to him for guidance as to what I should do.  He never told me what to do, he gave me his opinion and I worked through my own decision making process with his opinion in consideration.

After the birth of my first son, I knew that I could not go back to the job that I was working at.  I told my husband that I did not want to go back to my former job, but I did not have a solid plan in place for suitable replacement.  This was very worrisome to him, but I just knew that it would work out for us.  I didn’t know how, but I knew.  It was what was best for my family and the opportunity would come in the appropriate time.  Each opportunity was a stepping stone for something greater.  Every time, something greater has happened.

It is very important to stay positive and believe that you deserve the best.  See the good in people, even when they are not good to you.