What did i do ? whats right for you ? Did I do whats best for the four of you? I have nothing now I don’t even have you I have failed I couldnt take care of you I need to know if i did whats right When I didnt fight I need you to know I didn’t abandon you You deserve so much better then i can give you I didn’t even have a home to call my own It was just a trailer An ice chest with nothing in it But I did i do whats best for you This is so hard on me It was so hard to do noth
I, myself do not live in the cold weather where the temperature reaches low or below. I live in weather that gets cold but never snows. But I know many of you do. I also understand how easy it is for a disabled person who has poor circulation to become colder faster than the average person . With that being said, I did some research for you and I found some pointers for our northern members and some of these ideas can help anyone who gets cold in general.
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18-year-old, Aysia, and her son, Timothy, of Texas, began their journey with a mild case of Spina Bifida Myelomeningocele together just 9 months ago, the 18-year-old mother remembers her pregnancy with Timothy being fun up until the very end. Timothy was a strong kicker during her pregnancy. During Aysia’s pregnancy she developed the condition Preeclampsia. Preeclampsia is a condition that pregnant women can have causing them to have high blood pressure, swollen legs, hands a
I know you are reading this, as I am writing this. I know you have been sending, all your love ones, messages from heaven. As I experience your presence from time to time, And you have heard me talking, About you on a day to day basis. Yes our hearts are still sore. But, they will soon begin to heal. I want to tell you that, you will remain, my best friend no matter what! Keep shining, your joyous smile, upon everyone.
Rest in peace 🌷