Another question I see often is if I plan on writing a book. The answer to that is yes. I actually started writing when I was pregnant with Kai. The story has changed since, of course. When Kai was first dx’d, I scowered the internet in hopes of finding a blog from another #atrt #warrior parent. I hope that my words will help someone. I don’t know if they will, but I feel the need to put them out there in case there is a parent just like me, looking for answers, looking for someone who understands, looking for hope, looking for anything that tells them that their child is not a statistic. I’ve been writing this whole time. I also have dozens of drafts waiting to be finished and posted on my blog, I plan on working on them as well. Some of the drafts are nearly a year old, things get hectic and I never get a chance to finish them- But sometimes I feel that I can write those posts better now that I have taken a step out of the storm that was happening when I first started writing those drafts, to get a more clear perspective. I want to thank my friends, family, everyone for encouraging me and showing such love. It’s not easy writing about such raw emotional and trying times, but there’s purpose behind my words, & Kai’s story should be told. Thank you for everything. You guys have really helped me keep floating on. Cheers to that 💛
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"If a writer falls in love with you, you can never die."
- Mik Everett