Aren't you just so interested to know who this is?
As we push forward with our summer camps here in Ongole, where the average "feels like" temperature during the day is about 112 degrees, and where we are conducting 5 different three-day camps through May of 100 children each, and the needs of our little Jaya have not stopped just because of our important work, a deserved shout-out to my Super Woman of the Century is only appropriate.
As any of you know who have met Paige, my wife pretty much kicks butt wherever she goes. At no time is this more necessary than now. Keeping things in line for camp, with the overall purpose of providing the kids a truly quality experience and not just mayhem, AND taking care of Jaya is an overwhelming task, especially in the heat.
Paige, with all her passion, zeal, might, energy and love, pushes through it all and leaves me with a familiar sentiment:
"Impressed, but not surprised," I always say about my Super Woman of the Century.
(I knew when I was vowing to Paige, I was signing away a boring life. Sure enough...)
Here's a special Rickshaw Writer posting to my wife, my co-director, Jaya's Mom and beloved daughter of God as she overcomes so many odds and pulls off what no one else could. Just another month with the Super Woman of the Century.
I love you, PB, and as always, am so privileged to journey alongside you on our many adventures.