My story is one of perseverance, resilience and determination. It is the story of how I survived the loss of my wife and two children in a tragic car accident, and how I am thriving today. The accident took place on my 35th wedding anniversary because it was my birthday that day. I was driving a white 2012 Mercedes-Benz ML350 sedan with my wife, Vanessa, and our two small children, MacKenzie and Teagan. Vendors were dropping off their loads at the corner grocery when our driver’s side window shattered by a 9-inch chunk of concrete flown from what looked like an apparent construction site about a half-mile away. At first we thought someone had intentionally tossed the large block of concrete out their car window to frighten us because it appeared to be coming straight at us. However as we swerved around it and saw no other cars hit by similar chunks, our suspicions were raised that this incident was not an accident but a targeted attack against our vehicle. Fortunately for us all, the rest of the car did not sustain any significant damage beyond losing several dents — including the driver’s side window.

Family and friends at the time of my wife’s death.

As the mother of two small children and a new husband, I was in the midst of a very stressful time in my life. What I didn’t realize at the time is that this is when my troubles as a single parent began. It was a difficult journey but one that I have come to terms with and am grateful for the support and love I have received from all of my family and friends. The best thing that ever happened to me was the opportunity to meet and become friends with the love of my life, Marvin. Marvin and I have been together for almost 30 years and have a beautiful blended family of our own. We went through a lot together, but through it all, he was there for me and MacKenzie. It wasn’t until I was in my late 50s that I got married again after a long and wonderful relationship with a man named Mike. After our marriage, I had two beautiful children of my own, MacKenzie and Teagan. It was during my daughter’s birth that we learned that our sweet baby girl had a rare condition called spina bifida. Her spine was abnormal and impacted her movement. It was the most difficult thing that any of us had to go through, but it was also a time of great joy for our family, particularly MacKenzie and Teagan. Our little girl has now grown to be a young woman and has become aUverve in her work as a nurse practitioner. Earlier this year, she met the love of her life during her hospital shift when she was providing primary-care to people with disabilities. Their story is inspiring and continues to be a source of joy for all of us.

The aftermath of my wife’s death.

After losing my wife to a senseless act of violence, I was left with a life that was incomplete. The thing about being a single parent is that you’re completely alone. There are no words to describe how alone you feel. You’re completely on your own and you have to rely on your own wits, skill and strength to get through each day. It is a lonely, scary and difficult feeling.

Why it was important for me to go through the divorce and not just move on with my life

One of the things that helped me through my divorce process was finding a purpose and joy again in my life. It was important to me that I found a way to make my marriage to Marvin useful and meaningful. As the years passed, I realized that I had to do something with the time that I had left with him. This is why my divorce was a necessary part of my journey: so that I could be the best mom to MacKenzie, Teagan and all of my other children that I have by marrying Marvin. With his help, I was able to open a business as a home health aide.

Finding myself in a new relationship “out of necessity”

This is one of the more sentimental stories in my book. I was very lucky because I met the man that I would eventually marry while I was in the middle of working on this book. As a single parent, you’re always on your own. You have no support network and you’re on your own with your emotions. You have to keep it together for your kids and for your husband. I had just lost my husband to a tragic car accident, and was dealing with a lot of stress and grief. One day I was sitting at my desk when I looked up and saw this man across the room. I knew at that moment that I had to meet him. We started talking and soon realized we had a lot in common. We married two months later.

A few years after the accident and still recovering from the loss of my wife.

This part of my story is a true representation of perseverance and strength. It is the story of how I managed to overcome the loss of my wife, and also find joy again in life. When I lost my wife, my world came to an end. I was left to pick up the pieces and try to piece my life back together. It was a long, hard and scary road, but I managed to get through it.

My years as a single parent and how I found purpose and joy again.

This is the story of how I found purpose and joy again in my life after my divorce. My kids and I were finally able to move back into our old house and start to unpacked our belongings. It was then that we discovered one of the most shocking secrets in all of life: our house was infested with bed bugs! We staged a social media and local PTA campaign, and treated our house like a temple. After a long battle, we were finally able to rid the house of everything that had crawled or crawled on its surface.

My story is a universal tale: How to find hope in an overwhelming world

There are many things in life that we all fear: death, taxes, failure, change, etc. But there is one thing that we have the power to control: our minds. And that is what this book is all about — how you can use your mind to your advantage and use your fears as an opportunity to grow and evolve as a person. We all have an endless supply of strength, courage and power within us. All we have to do is open our minds to receive the gifts that life has to offer.

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