This past Tuesday was such an exciting day for us. Danny passed his trucker road test with flying colors. He is officially a CDL A holder! I’m so proud of my hubby for achieving his goal, and I’m grateful for how hard he’s worked to get to this position. This has been something that he’s wanted for more than a year now, and it’s taken time, money, and lots of patience to make this happen. I remember around this time last year, when we were both completely fed up with not having enough money, we came up with a list of careers for Danny. There were different things on there, and one of them was a truck driver.
I remember not feeling oh, so excited about that career choice, but I figured he probably wouldn’t want to go through with that. Well, figures he decided that was the best career choice for him! I had a lot of time to warm up to the idea, but now I can see how many blessings will come with this choice. We have the opportunity to live on a comfortable income, move to a new state, and soon enough grow our family!
To my sweet husband,
Thank you so much for everything you do. Because of you we will have incredible opportunities come our way. I am so, so proud of how far you’ve come in less than three years of being here in this country. You are a success story! You inspire me to be just as resilient as you are when I pursue my own goals and passions. I love you!
It’s unbelievable that just a year ago Danny getting his CDL was only a thought in our minds. This truly was a test of faith for us. We were unbelievably impatient at times and our faith wavered. We are just starting out, and it can be frustrating at times that we don’t have what we want just yet. Would the day ever come that we can move to Pennsylvania, and Danny start his new career as a trucker? Now that day is closer than ever!
Whenever we feel doubt in the future we can both come back to this time in our lives and gather strength from it. These upcoming months will be a new adventure for us. I can’t wait to see where the open road takes you, Danny.
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