My husband Randy has always pushed me to be my best. When we first met at Hewlett Packard over 30 years ago, I was in survival mode due to many tragedies. People thought I was aloof and stuck up. I was a single mom, just trying to survive. He said he saw a diamond in the rough.
He was the one who nurtured me to keep moving forward, always be learning, always keep growing. Going to college, getting certifications, completing the Sheriff's Academy.
This weekend he is caring for me again, nurturing me and I drift in and out of fever, sometimes able to stand or sit, sometimes reduced to a crawl. Quite humbling.
Through good times and bad, through sickness and health. 🙏🙏🙏 It's not our anniversary, I'm just appreciating Randy right now.