Where shall I, begin...I guess we'll start with the valley, I call, "the valley of lack," which started, roughly in the year of 2004. Shortly after I decided to quit my 12-year marriage and 13-year career. I found myself in the valley of lack. Newly single and just starting to grow my mobile spa service, I was not prepared for the years ahead. I focused on raising my four children, while trying to build a successful, mobile spa service. Living off of my 401K plan and the handful of clients that I had acquired before I left my job, it soon became apparent that my business was not, going to be as successful, as I had hoped for and soon found myself facing homelessness, with my four children, as I couldn't keep up with my mortage payments. I went through a bout with depression that left me feeling suicidal which was an old demon that crept up on me when I was feeling helpless. As I was preparing to possibly become a shelteree, I was saved that journey by being offered to take over property that had been abandoned by a family member. As me and the children settled into our new home, I tried many different avenues to increase business but after only three short years, my mobile spa service had become non-existent and I found myself back out in the workforce but chose this time to work overnight, so that I could still continue to be, for the most part, a stay-at-home mom — available for school field trips, disciplinary trips to the school, sports events, and the likes. My overnight job, only lasted three months, as I had an accident on the job that left me with a partial finger, but a nice settlement that afforded me a "taste of the good life," as well as a new family vehicle, paid in full. After my settlement, I vowed to forever be a stay-at-home mom, and til this very day continue to be so even though my children are now, all grown. You're probably wondering how I'm making a living these days, and I can't wait to tell you.