I and Sharda had an unbelievable wedding back in December 2011. Sharda and I have always been do it ourselves people. We planned and organised the wedding by ourselves we did not ask for financial help or planning help. Sharda is a really caring and loving friend, wife, companion, mother and giver. She always puts other before herself.
Within a month of our wedding we were blessed with the knowledge of Sharda being pregnant. We started arranging and planning for the gift we were going to be giving. So we put our honeymoon on hold. On the 17th of August we were blessed with an amazing daughter who has turned into a duplicate of her mother, caring, giving, helpful and always there. When Caite, our daughter, gets the time she will go to the anyone give them a hug make them smile, help out in school during break times in the baby classes with assisting the teacher with the babies / toddlers where she may.
A while after Caite was born we decided to invest in a home building project which went horribly wrong. We lost an endless amount of money and time. The architect who said he could build and could not, the second builder who used our stock for his personal use, the roofing company who took the money for the materials and disappeared. We having been trying to reclaim the money from the builders and roofer over the past three years through a very long drawn out costly legal battle. The legal bills have just been adding up and up, which we can no longer afford to pay.
At the end of the day through the timeless battles of bills and joys of life I would love to give the lady of my life the break she deserves.
I have got to know Sharda so much more. She is one who amazes me more and more every day. She will always give to someone she does not know. There have been times when we have very little left on our own plates, I have learnt to rather give than take, and Sharda will see a person worse off than us and she and I will give them that sandwich or the fruit. She is one of endless hope and love, she always tells me when times are tough just to have a little hope and things will come right. Till this day she has always been right.
I am truly and ever grateful for any little bit of help you can offer.
Give a little hope.