I am unstoppable.
I am HOPEISM.
I am the invincible.
I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
I am empowered.
I am humbled.
I am thankful.
I am a leader.
I am resilient.
I am Rosa Parks. I refuse to move or waver in what I believe is right for my child --simply because my view is the minority, not the majority. I refuse to believe "What can one mother do?" But instead, I will write, call, and rally to the government if I have to, and do whatever it takes to prevent discrimination against my child and ensure that he gets the services he needs.
I am brave.
I am indomitable.
I am blessed.
I am the champion.
I am forged from the adversities I have been forced to face. I have gained a strength from those fires that few could fathom. Where the most elite in the Military have a motto that says "The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday" - as the mom of my son who is vaccine injured I have found my motto to be, "There Are No Easy Days" - only battles to fight with little to no reinforcements for the weary. And like those elite warriors, I will only be defeated in two ways: If I give up, or if I die. I am in it to win it. I will run to the ROAR. I will Never Quit.
I am NDCQ.
(not dead can't quit)
I am the mom of a child with a disability, all the above, and so much more. Some days I will want to be none of the above – and just be a typical mom with a typical child, doing typical things. On those days I will know it’s o.k. to be angry, and to cry, and to lean on my family, friends, and church, for support. Because after all, ---the most important thing I am, ….. is human.
I am unbreakable.
And on this day, and any other day I need to, I will read this as a reminder, of just who it is, I am………
I am Michelle and I live in vaccine-injury land because of the Jabberwocky called Pharma that feeds off of greed, fear, and dishonesty...
But you know what?
I believe in many more than six impossible things...
One of them being that Jabberwocky's can be slayed.