Devastation comes in many forms. For us, the first "unthinkable" happened October 18, 2013. I will never forget this day as long as I live. I remember vividly waking up, unable to speak, unable to open my eyes to my mom holding my hand, crying. Nurses explaining to her that I had meningitis and my brain was swelling. I could hear her but I couldn't respond. I thought to myself, "Please lord, I can't die right now. My sweet baby girls need me."
My WHY, my driving force—my purpose for living—is my three beautiful children. For me, the dream is to never miss another milestone in my children's lives because I HAVE to go to work; to take my family on vacation; and spend as much time as possible making memories. To be able to repay the favors that all the wonderful people in our family, our community, and our church selflessly gave to us in our hard times. To never, ever take another moment for granted and to live a joyous life without the worry of bills in the way. Every single day those dreams are closer for my family because of MONAT, and for that I am forever thankful for this incredible company and for the opportunity it has created.
What is your dream? And more importantly, what are you willing to do to achieve it?