Pay it forward opportunity
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Ok - I'm not so great at asking for help. Pride, fear of rejection, feel selfish somehow, etc. But when your family needs help, you have to set all of that aside. So here's my story....
Let me tell you the story of my husband. He was born and raised in Morocco, is the youngest of 6 and was raised in a small town. He speaks 5 languages and has two degrees in hospitality. He's working at Disney World right with the hope to transition into the hospitality industry. He's the only one in his family that has ventured outside of Morocco. He comes from a loving and close family. He loves to travel, plays soccer (and is really good), and is incredibly smart and funny. He was set to return home after his year long program at Disney. But then of course we met and fell in love. He has showed me what true love is, and what it means to find that one person you're meant to be with. He didn't flinch when he knew I had two wonderful boys or that I was divorced. He accepted all of me as I was. My boys love him and Christian commented that he could see I was happy. His time at Disney is coming to an end and he wants to work and contribute to society and more importantly to him, contribute for our family. He's noble, and honest, and treats me like a queen. All of our paperwork for him to become a permanent resident is complete. The last thing we need is the fees. We simply don't have that kind of money lying around. Your contribution to us would not simply go towards fees, it would go towards keeping my family together, getting my amazing husband to work and adding another citizen to our great country who has so much promise and a bright future. And we're doing it the right way. I sincerely ask you to share my story and contribute if you can. You have my unending appreciation and promise to pay it forward. Thank you!
If you would consider donating or at least sharing my story here is the link: www.gofundme.com/ilovemyhusban