The mother of five has a lot to be proud of.
Her three children are healthy and thriving, and the former waitress is raising money to build a new preschool for her daughters.
But it was a difficult process, she said.
It’s not that I didn’t love her, I just didn’t know how to share that love.
I didn’t realize how hard she worked.
She has been at the center of so much media attention over the years.
When I first learned about her story I was so proud of her.
But when I started to think about the money she would be able to invest in her own future I started worrying.
She’s been raising the money for the preschool for the past five years.
It was something she started after she lost her job in 2012 and lost her home.
We all have dreams, and we all have to work to achieve them.
I started this foundation because I realized that we need to do everything we can to help each other in the process.
For many families, raising children has become a struggle.
This isn’t about whether you have money or not, this is about how you are raising your children.
And the fact that you are making that choice makes it a little harder.
And that’s a choice that most of us are making.
The news media, especially, has been portraying a perfect image of mothers who can’t make it work.
But as my mother has told me many times, she has worked so hard to provide for her family.
At the same time, she and her children are struggling to pay the bills.
The majority of the funds raised are for rent, food, and utilities.
As I learned about my mom’s story, I began to feel the frustration.
I was worried about her finances.
How did she pay for school?
How did she keep her house?
I was thinking, how do I get by?
It was the same thing that I went through when I was growing up.
You just try and keep going.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t work.
The money we raise will help us to build the preschool.
But most importantly, it will give my family a chance to be able see their daughter grow up in a normal and normal way.
After hearing my mother talk about the difficulties she has faced, I realized this isn’t just a question of money.
The more we raise, the more we can do for our children and our community.
I am proud to be a part of this foundation and to raise money to help our community in need.
In the coming months, I plan to continue to work with my mom to bring awareness to the challenges faced by mothers who are struggling financially.