I am with you when the bills are built up and unpaid and when our shoulders are tense with stress and worry.
I am with you when the kids are up sick in the middle of the night, and when we brush shoulders as we grab towels and bowls and stroke little warm foreheads.
I am with you in seasons of wealth and seasons of scraping by. I am with you whether we drive a 97 Honda Accord or a 2018 Suburban. I AM WITH YOU.
I am with you when the fridge is full of good things, and I’m with you when we are thinking of new ways to cook potatoes and rice.
I am with you even when it seems like I’m not. Even when I slam the door and storm out of the room, and when I roll to the far side of the bed so you don’t forget that I am mad at you.
I am with you when I laugh at your jokes, and I’m with you when I roll my eyes.
I am with you when you’re hilarious and fun and I’m with you when you’re in that mood that makes me crazy.
I am with you when we have a glass of wine at the end of a defeating day, and I am with you when we pop champagne to celebrate.
I am with you as you struggle to find your dream job. I am with you as you unbury the passions in your heart and make them a reality. I believe in you even when you don’t (I won’t ever stop).
I’m with you when you fail and you say I’m sorry again.
I’m with you when you feel confident in yourself and certain of the future, and I’m with you when you’re struggling and unsure.
You have been with me when I was young and you have been with me when my body was swollen and pregnant. You’ve been with me when I was soaked with milk and when I couldn’t stop crying for days because hormones.
You’ve been with me when I got so mad I was mean.
You’ve been with me when I let my spending get out of hand again. You’ve been with me when I misplaced my 17th debit card and put the keys somewhere I just can’t remember.
You’ve been with me when I ran the car out of gas and when I pulled over and cried because the fog was too thick to see.
You have been with me when I could barely leave the house with anxiety. You’ve been with me at doctors appointments when I was certain something was wrong (it wasn’t).
You’ve been with me when I wanted to give up on my dream to write.
We have been together through miscarriages. We’ve held hands through tragic funerals and we have danced the night away at beautiful weddings.
We’ve been together when important relationships and dreams broke apart and our hearts felt like they were breaking too.
We’ve been together as long sleepless nights with crying babies turned into homework, bedtimes, and making a dozen eggs for breakfast.
You know me better than anyone, and I know you better than everyone.
I am with you.
I am all in, forever.
I choose you no matter what life throws at us.
I love you,
This article originally appeared on Wonderoak
Photos Of A Boy Cuddled By A Stranger Melt America’s Hearts
Friendship knows no color or race.
A young boy named Isaiah went to a football game in Georgia together with his aunt. He was probably getting bored when he spotted a woman in the stands whom he has never met, ever. Isaiah walked right up to the stranger and sat on her lap shortly.
Star Balloon-Bradley, his aunt, was a little worried Isaiah might be disturbing the stranger but when she saw the two, they were happily talking to each other for about 20 minutes. At halftime, the woman left the boy to meet her daughter. Star was able to capture the priceless moment, which she posted on her Facebook.
This is Isaiah and his aunt.
Groom Presents ‘Worst Parents In The World’ Video At Wedding Reception
He wanted to know why they couldn’t spoil him as a child!
How far would you go to embarrass your own parents? One man decided to present a video called "The Worst Parents in the World" at his own wedding reception. Needless to say, Ma and Pa, as well as the bride and their guests, were shocked by the groom's bold move.
The groom called for everyone's attention during the reception then presented the shocking video. His new bride was clearly troubled with his presentation as he called his own mother and father "the worst parents in the world." However, there was a surprising twist at the end of the video.
This young groom is about to make a shocking speech at his wedding reception.
Waitresses Learn Sign Language To Sing Happy Birthday To Deaf Boy
Now that’s what you call good service!
Two waitresses at the Murfreesboro Texas Roadhouse took customer service to a whole new level. The women gained a lot of love and respect from netizens after they made a little boy's birthday extra special by not only wishing him a happy birthday but also signing it to him.
Octavius Mitchell Jr. has been hearing-impaired since he was born, and was out with his mom and uncle to celebrate turning four. The restaurant usually lets birthday celebrants sit on a saddle, but for Mitchell, it was a whole different experience.
The waitresses noticed that Mitchell was hearing-impaired, so they wanted to learn how to sign “Happy birthday.”