I quickly just read an old post from the archives from November and I have something to add to my last post.
Children read this site so I try to keep clean when I’m mad about something. Those who know me understand how hard that is sometimes. This isn’t the first time someone hasn’t liked what they’ve read here. I have something I need to say to those people and the people like them. Build a bridge and get over it! You don’t get to sit behind your computer and judge me. I will not apologize to you or anyone else for who I am and what I say. Who I am helped make my daughter who she is and who she is helped her survive. Unless you’ve been though what we’ve been through, you’re opinion counts for squat. You can take that opinion and I think you know where you can put it. If you don’t, ask. I’m happy to point you in the right direction. I very nearly lost my child. I spent more than a month knowing she was scared and watching her suffer and slip away from me and there was NOTHING I could do about it. I don’t wish that on anyone. If your children are healthy, hug them and give thanks to whom ever it is you give thanks to, but don’t come here and pass judgement.
Everyday I look at Zoe and I’m thankful for her. I kiss her and tell her I love her every chance I get and she never gets tired of it. So instead of getting your panties in a bunch about something you read here (no one makes you visit the site by the way), re-direct your energy. Stop being angry about stuff you can’t control or change and be happy for what you have even if it isn’t everything you hoped it would be.
To Zoe’s faithful supporters: Thank you (again) for letting me vent. Zoe & I are glad you still care.