This is why as Mrs. Framingham I am using my experience as my platform of empowering widows and women who lost a spouse or a loved one. Women who lost their husbands in an instant, tear their families apart, and is also a devastating reality.
While recovering from physical wounds and navigating emotional wounds, First Lady Martine Moïse, now the widow of assassinated Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, spoke from her hospital bed as she is being treated for wounds.
Listening to her voice message released on her Twitter account gave me chills. It is clear this tragedy changed her and her children’s lives forever. However, knowing first-hand what it is to lose someone, I felt her strength, her pain, her anger, her loss, her fear. In the midst of her grief, I also felt her inner feminine force. This feminine force is how when I lost my late husband in Israel and not being able to attend the funeral, did not destroy me or make me bitter. But instead, that experience and how I moved forward, made me realize how important it is to empower other women, so that no woman ever feels neglected, and without options. I want to show women especially widows, they can transform their lives no matter what the circumstances they find themselves in.
This is the main reason why I am now Mrs. Framingham, and will compete for the upcoming title of Mrs. Massachusetts, with the goal of going on to Mrs. America, and then Mrs. World. My platform is a global issue, and I know I can continue to raise awareness and empower many women who lost a spouse or a loved one.
Friends, please join me in praying for First Lady Martine Moïse and her children🙏🏽🥰