Wednesday, 22 June 2016

"she believed she could so she did"

There's not a day goes by where I'm not in complete awe of Mrs. M. Meeting her has completely changed my life in so many ways. I know this is going to sound really cliché but she makes me want to be a better person. I've seen every moment of her going from amazing stay at home mom to the awesome career that she has built for herself and us as a family and it has been really inspiring.  She is proof that if you put your mind to something, anything is possible and her positivity and drive have definitely rubbed off on me in some ways and given me a lot more confidence to achieve the things I want to do.

Being driven can come at a cost though and there are days (like yesterday) where she will get up and start work before 8am and still be working around 10pm, which can inevitably take its toll. Mrs. M spends a lot of time in her office area upstairs, which honestly I don't think I could do but her passion for the work that she does keeps her striving for greatness. What most people that know Mrs. M don't know is that aside from her demanding job and the long sometimes intense hours that she does she still finds time to help so many people throughout every week. whether is is mentoring other people in her line of work or fundraising for friends and charities that she feels connected to. She's not the sort of person that will gloat about what she does, she just gets the job done and moves on to help someone else. 

In the last few months, she has fundraised for a wheelchair for someone she knows, raised money for our local hospital, has been helping out with all of our amazing local junior doctors and gave up a big chunk of her Saturday last weekend to help a children's hospital. This lady of mine is truly amazing!

What I love most about the way that she is though is the impact it has on the boys. All children should be brought up to think they can achieve ANYTHING and the boys get to see first hand that this is possible from hopefully both of us. Mrs. M making a huge impact on so many peoples lives and myself hopefully giving the boys all sorts of creative experiences, keeping them mentally stimulated and as happy as they can be.

Again, although she would never gloat, this evening I am so proud of her for being featured in the Guardian as a 'Rising star.' It is something I saw in Mrs. M since day one and it is so exciting for us to see that she is being viewed that way by the people in her profession.  I have been smitten by her since the moment I saw her and she continues every day to blow my mind.

You can read Mrs. M's article here:

1 comment:

Rebecca Beesley said...

How wonderful. She truly is an amazing lady. We are always inspired by your family 's adventures! Xxx

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