I am a very strong and independent woman. Being a very successful businesswoman takes a lot of guts and perseverance so there is no room for errors and frailty. I established myself as one of the best in my field. I could supply anything you could think of as long as you can pay me my sum. I was at the top of my career when I met my future husband, one of my associate’s sons.
We fell in love fast and we decided to get married within just a couple of months of knowing each other. It was all roses and daisies from day one. We had success both in our careers and love. To top off all our success, we were given a chance to become parents, we became pregnant. We kept thinking of the future we will build for our family. We have all the best things in store for our baby to be. Months into my pregnancy, we had an accident. Our car crashed because of a blizzard that hit us while we were on our way home. I lost my husband and my baby.
I recovered from the crash physically but not mentally. I got depressed and that was the start of the downfall of my company. I lost everything in one fell swoop. I thought that God didn’t love me or I had done something so bad that I had to suffer this way.
A friend from the company visited me and asked if I wanted to stay at their home for a while. I came with her and stayed in their home for a while. She loves cats, she has two adults and five kittens in their house. There was this time that I was sitting on the couch, a kitten started to walk towards me. He looked at me, curious I guess. I didn’t know what to do so I just raised my hand towards him. He then placed his paw on my palm. Something inside me was touched and I started crying. The kitten then sat on my lap and curled up while meowing. I think he just wanted to comfort me and make me feel better. We sat there until I fell asleep.
That night, I dreamt of my husband holding a baby. He was happy and then he kissed me. I woke up to the kitten licking me on my lips. I cried and hugged my baby kitty, Jon. He helped me remember my plans. I never let him go from that day on. He became my world and I became his.