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March 2, 2024 Dear Bridgette,
How are you? I just wanted to send you a letter letting you know how proud of you I am. You have come such a long way in life. It’s pretty amazing the transformation you have made. You are a great wife to your husband and a wonderful mother to your children, and even to the kids you helped raise that aren’t your own. It’s a beautiful thing to see how much your family means to you.
You also have a rewarding career as a RN. It’s a demanding job, and took over 5 years of school, but you did it. Not only did you get your Associates Degree in Nursing, but you went even further by going to a University to get your Bachelor’s Degree. That’s pretty amazing, considering there was a time in your life when you couldn’t imagine anything beyond Bob’s Classy Lady or the Candy Cat.
There was a time I wondered if there was any hope for you. All you did was work in bars, whether it be bartending, or dancing. You’re only concerns were having a good time and where the party was and those were your priorities way before you were 21. This is why you dropped outta high school. It interfered with your “good time.” And that resulted in you being in those bars for so many years. You didn’t need an education to pour drinks or dance.
Your firstborn, Adrian was the best thing to ever happen to you. Once you got pregnant with him you changed your life from top to bottom. You knew that you could never have a husband and raise a family with the kind of life you had been living. So you changed everything. Then a few years after that you decided it was time to make another change with your life.
You decided to go to school to be a medical assistant. But first you needed to finish high school. That was a little intimidating; being is how you were 30 at that point. But you did it. And then you completed your Medical Assistant program, and decided it wasn’t good…...

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