Last year instead of having a date with my husband, he and I spent the holiday in the hospital awaiting for my daughter to come out of surgery. The needs of our children, special or not, will always come first before our own wants. But when when you are raising a disabled child, this often becomes more of the norm rather than the occasional habit. These parents given relentlessly twenty four hours a day, seven days a week...with no complaints. We love taking care of our children, and wouldn't trade them for the world.
Even when we are stressed out, tired, and our children have drained every ounce of patience that we had within, they still mean the world to us. That is why on this Valentine's Day, I want everyone to remember the little things that made you fall in love with you child. I am giving everybody a free kindle download of my book Sometimes The Wind Blows Sideways: Our Lives with a Special Needs Child.
Simply click on the link below and it will automatically download to your Kindle or Kindle app.
Don't forget to return to Amazon after you have finished the book and post a review. If you have friends, family, or
co-workers who might benefit from reading it as well, let them know about the title. Together we can make this just as widely known as the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. Interested in submitting a story for the next title? Email me at WindingRoadBook@aol.com or find me on facebook under WindingRoadBook.
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY TO ALL !!!