So, as you can probably tell by the title, right now I’m on 1000. I can’t put into words how much of an amazing day today has been. It just feels like testimony after testimony, and for that I’m eternally grateful. At times where it feels like no one is on our side, here comes God, waving his hands of wonders all over our lives. He is truly amazing.
I know I haven’t written in literally months, but there has been so much going on, and so much I need to fill you in on, which will come in time, but today, we’re talking WINS. I don’t ever take L’s (losses), however in the past few months especially, I’ve hit so many brick walls, and felt like I was fighting a losing battle on my own. I mean this whole blog started after I was told my daughter will never walk, and then days before that I was told to find new childcare for Zariah ‘cos they can’t cater to her need anymore. In just a number of days I was handed so much bad news, and felt myself sinking into a depression. On the back of the news from the nursery, I started looking for special schools for Zariah, and when I found the perfect one and thought things were looking up, I was shot back down and told they wouldn’t take her until next year (I will go into that in another blog). I got into a major back and forth battle with them, and it wasn’t pretty. Urgh. Well today, I signed papers for my daughter to be admitted to that same school, next week. Can I get a hallelujah? Amen? Praise God? Something? Honestly, excited is such an understatement. I fought for my baby and I won. I’m coming for the JUGULARRRRRRR of anyone who’s not tryna do right by my baby girl.
Aside from the amazing school news, which is the literal peak of my entire year after the battle we went through, I’ve got new blogs I’m working on, I started my FINAL year of university today, got good news from my first choice graduate scheme, and overall, things in my life are just starting to piece well together. I’m eternally grateful for everyone that’s been wishing Zariah well, and I’m looking forward to the next stage in this madness adventure. I know I have readers who also have special needs children, with some in areas that really don’t offer much for your children, so I will explain the whole school battle with the learning trust in another blog.
Thank you again for all the love and support, and as always, feel free to message me absolutely anything. I pray everyone else uses the rest of 2019 to take CONSTANT wins x
My baby is starting school!!!
Also, completely unrelated but as a Nigerian, I have to mention it. Happy Independence Day to the LOUDEST, MOST TALENTED, MOST POPULAR nation in Africa. Another good thing to add to my list of wins x