✨Parental Units appreciation post✨ // long post ahead //
I don’t really openly share this part of our lives but days later and I’m STILL so overwhelmed with GRATITUDE!!! Papa was diagnosed with kidney failure and had to go on dialysis by June 2014. Last July 7th (7/11), our prayers were answered when we got a call from the hospital saying they had a kidney for him... today, 5 days after his transplant we got to bring him back home 💕 the last four years were filled with many hardships: sleepless nights, close calls, endless frustrating days, pain, and tears yet through it all these two always amazed me with their (individual and shared) incredible strength and unending team work. Despite all that, they’ve reminded Moi and I to keep smiling and to laugh often. I really don’t know how they do it but among the many other things I’m grateful for, I’m thankful that I don’t have to look far for an amazing example of what real love looks like. The road to recovery won’t be a walk in the park but I’m at peace knowing I just have to follow their lead.
Special shout out to all of you who’ve dedicated prayers, thoughts and well wishes our way, we truly thank you 🙏🏾 PS their 25th anniversary is coming up this September and WOW what an incredible gift 😇 💑👨👩👧👧🙌🏾💪🏾 Here’s to happiness and good health!
#newkidneywhodis #blessed #thankful #grateful #OBF💙 #BIL #2ndchanceatlife #TYG #healthiswealth #stayhydrated