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Love! What an amazing story of strength and love. Kristine, you are a beautiful person and lots of love and prayers for you and your family. You are an inspiration.
What a beautiful and inspirational story. Kristine you are an amazing woman and your kids are wonderful! Thank you for giving Alex a second chance in life. Thank you for being a brave and strong woman to not only work as a peds nurse in such an intensive situation but also for being a foster and then adoptive parent--as a single mom. I think it's so cool that you and your sister have figured out how to co-parent and support each other as moms. Thank you for sharing your story.
Hi Kristine, you commented on my post in "Agoraphobia" and said that you were interested in making friends. I don't know how to do private messages on here, so I'm not really sure how to go about that. I wasn't sure if you saw my reply to your post, but I am still interested.
What a beautiful thing you did Kristine. There's definitely love in this world, you and your sister are are perfect example of it. Thank you for sharing your story, and I hope little Alex has fully recuperated.
Thank you for sharing this post, Keep posting.
Thank you For Help me
That was such a heart feeling story. You sound like such a wonderful person with so much love to give. My daughter does research for the Huntsman Cancer Center in Salt Lake City Utah for childhood cancer. She has been featured on the Today Show several times for the research they are doing with elephants. She said they live forever and never get,cancer. I know God is bless you for the rest of your life for have such a kind heart. I am so thankful for people like you that can help these precious children. Thank you again for your heartfelt story.
God Bless you Kristine!
what a nice family. nice kids
Thank you for posting your wonderful story. You can feel so much love from you and your children including little Alex. He is such a precious little fellow and your two children together just put a smile on my face from the warm feelings I got from watching your video. Great job Kristine. Bless you for all the kindness you show to a child some one else mistreated.
This is Parrotlet again and I must have hit the wrong key as my letter was lost )total frustration. If somebody finds it, please let me know. I was right in the middle of a spell check works and, poof. I am also very new here but would love to know everybody. I am 78 so there is not much I don't have in common with everyone. My living was being a Realtor both in CA. and, Hawaii over a span of 30+ years. My husband was a civil engineer with Bechtel; some of you might recognize the name of that company. Hawaii was awesome and after 10 years living there there things came to a screeching halt. We "vacationed" in CA. and where there found this little bird call a Parrotlet or if you will, Miniature Amazon. Never in a million years would we have thought it would be illegal in Hawaii. First took it to a vet in CA, no problems when we told him we were returning to Hawaii. Well, BB was only 4 weeks old and I didn't know that either. The breeder seemed fine with letting him go that early. Big, big mistake. To make a long story short, at 6 months he needed a feather clip and our vet turned up in the Ag Dept who said if we didn't send him "home", he would have to be euthanized! We were totally in shock; had just bought a new condo over-looking Honolulu, Norm loved his job and I loved mine but to kill a beautiful little bird like that...not even. So we packed up bag and baggage and went back to CA where, fortunately, we had rented out our home. That was 1996. My darling husband passed away 4 years ago. I hope I haven't run on too long but would really, really like to learn how to navigate these Groups and meet new people! Parrotlet
Hi Kristene! I have a story to share with you someday but for now I can tell you that you will NEVER be sorry that you took the road you did. I don't know if saw my introduction but all the good wishes in the world, Back to introductions, I am 78 (can hardly believe I'm writing that because I still feel 21 but the time has just flown by and now I'm looking back instead of forward but that's fun too. You gain so much knowledge on your way here that I know that someday you'll know just what I mean. Parrotlet
great story very encouraging to most of us undergoing almost the same problem
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