The hardest thing I ever had to tell my son was that he would never see again.
As hard as it was, I did not want to shelter him.
So I fought to keep him in public school.
I encouraged him to play sports.
You name it, I gave him the opportunity to give it a try.
The first time I saw him miss his jump, I cringed.
Because he ran off of the lane.
But I had to instill in him that all things are possible.
I told him Elexis, it does not matter what anyone says.
You decide what you can do and no one else.
I am in awe.
I literally believe he can fly.
Around here I’m lucky to get through a shift without a disaster.
My bargain detergent couldn’t keep up.
It was mostly water.
So I switched to Tide Pods.
They’re super concentrated, so I get a better clean.
I mean, I give away water for free.
I’m not about to pay for it in my detergent.
Tide, number one rated.
It’s got to be Tide.