In my rational mama mind I told myself not to worry about it, life happens, it could be cleaned up when we got home. And I just want to say, I love you, Mom. We became homeless and there were times that I would have the children sitting on the curb while I begged for money for food, knowing that once the children had a convenience store hamburger, I would use the rest of the money on drugs.
She is one strong lady. I was lucky enough to get to have one woman who truly helped me through everything. Aren't you furious?
It's just some vegetables. What if you discover that after you had filled out that paper, that it was actually folded?
Throughout her life, there were numerous homes and multiple separations from her siblings. But my mom was always my friend. I am forever grateful for Hutton; in my work in the child welfare system, I advocate for the Hutton model because we see the success it creates in the lives of families.