I'd like to thank all of the ssnakess members and others for their thoughts, kind words and understandings. And for all that's willing to help out, I really appreciate your gestures. This ordeal has taught me to not take life for granted. One day it can be GREAT and the next you can lose it all. That's what happened, It was Christmas and everything was great, the next day the fire took it all away. I've also learned that the member's here are caring and supportive and I feel honored to be amongst you. You guys really make me believe that I will be back on my feet in no time, from your thoughts and support. I am truly touched and surprised from all the PM's I got about donating animals and helping hands for my rebuilding. Just knowing is enough, Thanks but I cannot accept. But I will use it to fuel me to keep going when I feel like quitting. I won't stand by and let this tragedy take my loved animals lives away for nothing, I have no choice but to come back bigger and better than ever. I could get down about this and give up, but I gave myself a couple days to do that. Now it's time to learn from this and come back better than ever! I always say, problems are always around us. But it's how we deal with our setbacks that determines and shapes our life. You can either flake off and die or you deal with it and grow!! When you deal with it and solve it, you grow stronger. The great thing about it, is that the bigger the problem, the stronger and better you become as a person once you deal/solve it. And this is my biggest challenge yet. Well I welcome it with open arms because I am confident that with my resources, abilities and all the support that I have received, I will get over this hurdle and one day look back at it as just another problem I solved and turned around as a tool to advance me to bigger and better things. Because of this I will be relocating to a new facility which will allow me to expand to more diverse animals and projects and as you can see from my ads, I am not slowing down. I'm only getting started
Well I better end this, it's getting long
Thank you all again I truly do appreciate it, and a special thanks to Grant and PCPC for their continued support.